Category Archives: Counseling Reflections

#Breakup; Getting Over An Old Love

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#Breakup; Getting Over An Old Love In my practice we often deal with matters of the heart; breakups, affairs, grief and loss. In dealing with a breakup, therapists don’t give advice but rather encourage our clients to use their skills … Continue reading

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#Good Therapy; Finding the one for you

#Good Therapy; Finding the one for you Empirical findings (Beck et al, 1991) suggest that the quality of the therapeutic relationship accounts for almost 30% of client improvement on the counseling couch. The change process is a journey into the … Continue reading

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#George Zimmerman Verdict; Race and Self Identification

#George Zimmerman Verdict; Race and Self Identification This weekend we have been given the George Zimmerman verdict as not guilty in the death of Trayvon Martin which touches on the pulse of what Americans hold dear; family, freedom and individual … Continue reading

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#Robert Griffin III; #The Work of Marriage

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#Robert Griffin III; #The Work of Marriage This weekend Robert Griffin III tied the knot with his longtime love Rebecca Liddicoat and the world was cheering for them and hoping that they can do the work of marriage. There is … Continue reading

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#Best treatment for Depression?

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What is the best treatment for Depression? What really works for depression? What really helps? Is it talk therapy, medication or both? This is an age old question that researchers, clinicians, clients and the lay public struggle with. It is … Continue reading

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