Stress Management

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”. 

A Counselor’s Review—Your relationship bill of rights

A Counselor’s Review—Your relationship bill of rights

In our graduate school program, It was recommended that we, “sit on the other side of the sofa” for at least a year.  This was to give us the benefit of what it would feel like to

A Counselor’s Review On “Ghosting” – – It isn’t just for Halloween.

A Counselor’s Review On “Ghosting” – – It isn’t just for Halloween.

I‘ve had thoughts of writing a book on relationships.  At one point, I thought I would write about all the different ways that relationships I personally had went wrong.  I never thought I’d be writing a blog on how people are being stood up.

A Counselor’s Review—Revisiting the mind/body connection

A Counselor’s Review—Revisiting the mind/body connection

Last Sunday night on the long running TV show, 60 Minutes, I watched the story of a husband and wife. The wife had Alzheimer’s. They both decided to