Monthly Archives: February 2013

Column Image Getting the Most Out of Therapy

You should be discriminating when choosing a professional to help you through the most trying times in your life. In fact, research shows that the most significant factor contributing to successful outcome in therapy is the quality of the therapeutic relationship (Lambert, 2001). A common misconception is that it is … Continue reading >

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Column Image What to Expect When Facing Divorce: A Family Perspective

Divorce is a life changing event and typically a painful process for all concerned. Families experiencing divorce are in a process of transitioning to a new family structure. The impact upon the child and family during this time is profound and requires care and attention. Therapy can be helpful during … Continue reading >

Posted in Children, Relationships |

Column Image Tips to Manage Your Stress

We live in stressful times. Merely turning on the news or talking with friends can bring on new concerns. Personal issues, too, can create stress about your health, your job, financial security, as well as relationships with family and friends. Even everyday annoyances, such as getting stuck in traffic, dealing … Continue reading >

Posted in Sleep/Relaxation, Stress |

Column Image Coping with Grief and Loss

Grief is a profound and universal experience. It is a journey where we remember our loved ones who have died and adjust to a life without them. During this process we have the potential to learn more about ourselves and work towards rebuilding meaning and purpose in our lives. When … Continue reading >

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