Monthly Archives: February 2018

Column Image ACT to Improve the Relationship with Ourselves

Doesn’t it seem like certain problems in life never go away? Or, if anything, they seem to get worse? Do you suffer from chronic depression, anxiety, feelings of inadequacy…those unpleasant experiences that become even more frustrating when nothing you’ve done seems to help? When such problems do not go away, … Continue reading >

Posted in Anxiety, Depression, Therapy, Uncategorized |

Column Image Client Care Coordinator

Therapy Changes is seeking a caring and organized person to join our team as the Client Care Coordinator. The primary role of the Client Care Coordinator is to create a smooth transition for clients and families, particularly those who are coming to therapy for the first time. The ideal candidate … Continue reading >

Posted in Careers |

Column Image How Does Positive Reinforcement Change Behavior?

We recently welcomed a new canine into our family and are in the process of behavior training and housebreaking. By working with an experienced trainer, I learned that training is more about changing human behavior than it is about changing the animal’s behavior. What’s fascinating is how the most subtle … Continue reading >

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Column Image Talking Hot Topics with Kids

“If you just learn a single trick, Scout, you`ll get along a lot better with all kinds of folks. You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view . . . until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it”. – … Continue reading >

Posted in Children, Family, Parenting, Teens |