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Category Archives: Couples Counseling

This week the word “marriage” has been splashed all over the news.  Groups dedicated to fighting for their version of marriage have done all they can to make their views known to the world.  The battleground was pretty intense for this one based on what I have read in the news and heard from people in the […]

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I always tell my husband that it is the little things that matter. This goes for everyone. As Kariah mentioned in her last post, we have had many discussions about couples coming in for counseling as a way to maintain the relationship not necessarily as a fix for when it is broken. For things to […]

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Megan and I have had several conversations recently about couples and when they come to treatment.  It is still so frustrating to us that therapy has this stigma and people avoid it until it is the very last resort.  Sometimes couples come when it is too late or the damage is pretty severe.  As students […]

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They say that eighty percent of communication is non-verbal and only twenty percent is what is actually being said. Think about that for a minute. When was the last time you were in an argument and the other person stood rigidly, not making eye contact, said they weren’t mad but had an edge in their […]

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Kariah and I had such a great time leading our group this weekend! We are so excited that we routinely get feedback that “this is just what I was looking for!” from our clients. We are thrilled that we get to offer this service and are hoping to expand it to more people and increase […]

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