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Effective Apologies

From our earliest childhood conversations, arguably most of us had been periodically instructed to apologize for upsets we caused others. “Mary, say you’re sorry for hitting Johnny,’ “Jason, say you’re sorry for bumping into your sister,” “Ella, tell Mommy you’re sorry for throwing your toys at her.” “Danny, I need you to apologize for saying you hate your brother.” READ MORE


Enhancing Connection within Families

In my work with families, a common thread that underlies most presenting problems parents raise is the issue of a certain distressed or detached connection with their child/children. Parents may identify their reason for seeking help as their teen’s disrespectful communication, his poor academic performance, or her stressing about social issues and sulking at home; and certainly, all of these issues must be addressed directly. But often underlying these and other issues is a sense that family members are not connecting in a vital, rich, and focused way... READ MORE


Anger Understood

Anger has gotten a bad rap. Like all emotions, anger gives us important information--specifically that something needs to be changed. It is how anger is expressed that can be the problem. Nothing good will come of someone expressing anger with aggressive volume, tone (scorn or sarcasm), language (cursing) or action... READ MORE

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