Trauma-based & Family Psychotherapy For Angry, Anxious, Depressed, and Frustrated Families

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Psychological Trauma: 5 Common Myths We Believe

Psychological Trauma: 5 Common Myths We Believe

Psychological trauma can impact your life forever and scar your heart and mind far beyond what you could imagine. Tragedies can remain in your mind and heart for a lifetime. These kinds of incidents leave us feeling isolated, unsure, afraid, perplexed, hurt, and angry. How […]

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Rating Your Symptoms: “Am I Depressed?”

Rating Your Symptoms: “Am I Depressed?”

Rating your own symptoms can be a major help to your PCP or to your therapist. In this video, I will walk you through the Beck Depression and Beck Anxiety Inventory. I also offer you the links to the online versions and offer to score […]

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Dysfunctional Mechanisms & Understanding 7 Common Types

Dysfunctional Mechanisms & Understanding 7 Common Types

Dysfunctional behaviors may manifest as harmful defense mechanisms. Can you think of any common behaviors in your family that may have really been defense mechanisms instead?   In this article, I will discuss this concept a bit further.

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Detached Parents: Signs Your Parent Can’t Connect

Detached Parents: Signs Your Parent Can’t Connect

Emotionally detached parents can truly destroy a child’s life, functionality, zeal, and peace. The effects can follow children way into adulthood. It’s a sad reality that most people fail to consider. No one ever wants to believe that a parent would do anything harmful to […]

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GoodTherapy Training 9/6/2019 Resources

GoodTherapy Training 9/6/2019 Resources

Firstly, I want to thank Goodtherapy.org for inviting me back another year to lead a webinar on teen suicide and the impact of suicide-contagion. In this post you will find some of the links discussed during the webinar. If you did not attend the webinar […]

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Thoughts: 4 Ways To Get Started & Change

Thoughts: 4 Ways To Get Started & Change

Balancing your thoughts may feel like an uphill climb. It takes a lot of focus, practice, and willingness to overcome negative thoughts. In this article, I offer 4 tips to get you started.

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