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Coping With A Loved One’s Trauma—How can you help?

Coping With A Loved One’s Trauma—How can you help?

In attending a seminar on trauma at the Florida Mental Health Counselors Association (FMHCA) annual conference last year, one statement stuck with me: 

A Counselor’s Review On Revenge—Done right

A Counselor’s Review On Revenge—Done right

We may have been, “stabbed in the back” or feel like we’ve been wronged.  Someone may have gotten the promotion at work that we were aching to get.  We could have been cheated on in a relationship, or just been, “done wrong”. 

What you’re feeling –What is it really?

What you’re feeling –What is it really?

How do you feel?  That question may sound like pop psychology, but there’s nothing pop about it. There are things that will trigger feelings

Counselor’s Motivational – – Breaking patterns

Counselor’s Motivational – – Breaking patterns

No matter what makes you choose to seek out therapy, oftentimes it has to do with breaking some sort of pattern. It could be

The consulting counselor— How can we all be happy?

The consulting counselor— How can we all be happy?

“There’s too many cooks in the kitchen.”  “Too many cooks spoil the broth.”  “There’s always, ‘one’.”  Oftentimes, whether in the workplace, or our personal lives, we will run into people that we may clash with—