Tag Archives: Counseling

Is the Winter coming?

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

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The Discipline of 100 Breaths

Go ahead. Try it. It really only takes 100 breaths to change your mental state. Believe me, I am not the best role model for meditation, relaxation or contemplation. Being busy doing what I love is as satisfying as it … Continue reading

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What to expect in your first session…

The introductory session will give you an opportunity to get to know how the therapist works and to share your concerns with them. In my practice, I spend a few minutes up front clarifying the basic expectations of therapy by … Continue reading

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Common questions about using insurance to pay for counseling sessions:

Health insurance may reimburse you or your health care provider for medically necessary treatment for covered, diagnosed conditions that impair your ability to function. Continue reading

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Talking about sex

If your statements about your sexual expectations are wrapped in desire rather than complaint or criticism, these conversations will more likely be experienced as delightful, seductive invitations. Continue reading

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