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Do You Ever Feel Stuck? Do the Next Right Thing

Posted on October 10, 2017
by Toni Larson

The older I get, the simpler I like life to be.  I have carried this over to my therapy practice as well.  When describing the therapy process to clients in the initial session, there are times when I will say “therapy isn’t rocket science.” I explain that I use no particular formula for therapy and […]

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Single and Lonely

Posted on October 17, 2016

Being single, like being married, has its perks and its difficulties.  One of those difficulties can be doing traditional family activities alone.  Attending church is often looked at as a premiere family activity.  A family may rarely be all together during the week but many times they make a special effort to be together for […]

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Time…Quality over Quantity

Posted on April 6, 2016
by Nicole Kehoe, LISW

Quality family time.  This is a phrase I hear often, and it is frequently referred to as an area that is lacking in the average American family.  Many parents, including myself, sometimes confuse quantity of time with quality of time, and therefore become frustrated when there rarely seems to be enough of it to spend […]

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Connecting With Your Children

Posted on March 7, 2016
by Cassie Beltz, LMHC

Most parents want a strong relationship with their children so that when the difficulties of life happen, parents are able to help their children as best as possible.

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