If you suffer a physical injury, would you wait weeks or even years before seeing a doctor? Probably not, because you know that a doctor can assess what’s wrong and treat it before things gets worse! Unfortunately, most couples don’t think of emotional injuries in the same way. The average couple waits six years before seeking help, and by that point it … More The stigma of couples therapy: Gottman Marriage Minute
December 18, 2017 by Jennifer Elizabeth Masters CHt Leave a reply reprinted from https://healthguild.org/sinus-infections-and-repressed-anger/ Fighting and arguing can allow us to vent, release tension as well as pent-up emotions. Yelling is not the best way to express ourselves, but in the heat of the moment, it may be healthier, in the long run, to … More Sinus Infections And Repressed Anger by Jennifer Elizabeth Masters, CHt
Our goal as parents is to raise emotionally healthy and well adapted adults. Enhancing the quality of parent-child relationships, beginning with bonding through each developmental milestone provides learning tools that allow our parenting goals to flourish. Mindfulness in parenting reminds us to slow down and observe, while reminding us to be flexible in our response. … More The Hardest Job – Parenting
Free anxiety and depression screenings, contact me via my website contact information and let me know your email to receive your free screening tool (specify which screening you are interested in). Don’t allow anxiety or depression hold you hostage from living y our life! Transformational coaching removes the pathological or pathogenic aspects that the … More New Year – New You!
We spend much of our time online, whether for work or pleasure. Online telehealth including therapy/counseling/life coaching is available through secure HIPPA web-services, providing video and audio similar to Apple’s Facetime or Skype. The following poll is to gauge the acceptance of online vs. in person sessions. Feel free to share this poll with others, … More Online therapy vs. In person?
It’s important to take your partner’s side when they’re upset about something outside the relationship. This means being supportive even if you think they’re being unreasonable. The point isn’t to be dishonest or enabling. It’s to empathize with their feelings. You can give advice later, if they want, when they’re ready to hear it. For example, if your partner’s boss chews them … More Take your partner's side: Gottman Institute
Empowering today’s employee will in return empower you, by increasing moral, productivity, customer service, and financial viability to your organization. How is your business doing? Are you experiencing moral issues with your employees? Moral affects your bottom line from productivity, customer relations to the overall value of your organization. Here are some of the signs … More Business Solutions