Author Archives: Elizabeth
Rumor of increasing divorce rates due to COVID 19 are not very well documented; so I will not exaggerate them here. However, we can guess that there will be additional pressures on couples and families. Existing problems are likely to … Continue reading
Do healthy marriages have ‘seasons’? If so, what does Winter look like? Is this the time when ruts are ruts, passion is cool, and comfortable is just, well….boring? Does commitment cause cooling in a relationship? Is it possible after … Continue reading
Studies show that more than 44 million Americans suffer from a mental health condition of some kind. Therapeutic sessions help in many ways. These sessions can help you understand a mental health condition, as well as define and reach goals … Continue reading
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Nothing strikes fear in the heart of couples more than articles describing the signs of marital destruction. Unfortunately, the Gottman’s Four Horsemen have been misread this way. Every relationship shows these signs. Every. Single. One. The healthiest, most loving, kindest … Continue reading
It is exciting to add this new tool, EMDR to my therapy toolkit. I completed the training in EMDR, long known as an evidence based, super efficient approach to managing and resolving trauma, traumatic memories and incidents. I’m excited at … Continue reading
Do you notice conflict popping up when you are approaching a leave taking? The end of vacation? Check out this interesting article from Mindful.com from a psychologist about her approach to goodbye in her romantic relationship.
Common questions about using insurance to pay for counseling: Will my health insurance pay for counseling? Although most providers require you to take ultimate responsibility for paying your bill, health insurance may reimburse you or your healthcare provider for medically … Continue reading
I have recently listened to a wonderful podcast interview of Dr. Allen Schore , UCLA Center for Culture, Brain, and Development. He was interviewed by Dr. Drew about the dramatic changes to the field of brain health, psychotherapy and human … Continue reading
Your Information. Your Rights. Our Responsibilities. This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information. Please review it carefully. Your Rights You have the right to: Get … Continue reading