Monthly Archives: September 2013

Column Image Teen Addiction: What you Need to Know

Addiction has devastating effects on all who become addicted, but adolescents are especially vulnerable to the effects of addiction. The behaviors and thought processes associated with adolescence are unique, and therefore a need exists for a specialized treatment to address the problems of teenage addiction. The disease of addiction in … Continue reading >

Posted in Family, Therapy |

Column Image Finding Work-Life Balance – Is it Really Possible?

“A time for everything: A time to relax and a time to be busy, a time to frolic and a time to labor, a time to receive and a time to give, a time to begin and a time to finish.” –Unknown Author School is back in session, summer vacation is … Continue reading >

Posted in Personal Improvement |

Column Image Finding Meaning from Tragedy: 9/11 12 years later

9/11 was a turning point in my life. I wasn’t in New York, I didn’t see the smoke and destruction, and yet my life changed that day – as it did for millions of Americans. Every year since then, people across the country have taken a moment to remember the … Continue reading >

Posted in Family, Grief, Therapy |

Column Image Seven Principles for a Healthy Marriage

Book Review: Seven Principles of a Healthy Marriage (2000) by John Gottman What makes some relationships last while others fizzle out? This million dollar question has been asked by theorists as well as members of the general public for hundreds of years. Dr. John Gottman has devoted his life’s work … Continue reading >

Posted in Relationships |