Affairs of the Heart

If you are thinking about becoming involved with someone emotionally or intimately outside of your primary relationship with a partner or spouse….think seriously about what you are embarking on before you do it. Whatever is contributing to this...

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Couples in Trouble

Relationships with a spouse, partner, or significant other can be one of the most meaningful and rewarding relationships we can have. Unfortunately, they can also be the most difficult, frustrating and disheartening relationships when we become...

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A Beginning Therapy Map for Couples

In working with couples, like individuals each couple is unique with different histories, experiences, issues, concerns and resources. Effective couple therapy involves ongoing assessment of both individual and couple problems and challenges, the...

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Anxiety: Nature and Function

Anxiety is a normal and natural response to perceived threats and dangers that occur in the course of our lives. It is a primitive biophysiological process meant to protect the person during times of danger. Anxiety then is adaptive and helps...

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Attachment Theory For Couples

Attachment theory helps us understand how parents and children bond to each other as they go through different developmental stages in life. For the last twenty years or so there has been research related to attachment theory applied to the...

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