1. The Importance of Counseling For Couples

    No matter if you’re in a serious long-term relationship, or married, it’s unlikely that you’ll never have arguments or experience a rift between the two of you every now and again. It’s important to constantly remind yourself of why the relationship started in the first place and the love that you have shared with each other. If you feel like you’re losing control, be sure to contact our…Read More

  2. When Your Marriage is Going Through Tough Times

    Marriage is not a walk in the park. A more accurate depiction would be a climb on a steep mountain face. It’s strenuous, it can be tiring, and sometimes it feels like you don’t have the strength to keep climbing. But if you do, and you remember why you started the climb in the first place, you’ll achieve the most spectacular views and be so relieved that you stayed with it. When your marriag…Read More

  3. Confronting Your Anger

    It is completely normal and healthy to experience anger throughout your life. Whether it is directed at the bumper-to-bumper traffic on your way to work, or at your pet for relieving itself on the carpet, it happens. We have all experienced it, whether it be a small frustration or full on fury, and we will all experience it again. However, when you lose control to anger and it takes the reigns of …Read More

  4. Treating Your Depression

    Life is full of ups and downs, and there is no way to predict what tomorrow may hold. One day the sun is shining, and the next is cast in a gloomy grey. Depression can hit unexpectedly, whether you know the root cause or not, and leave you feeling like you’re swimming upstream, alone and afraid. When experiencing this feeling of desolation, every part of your daily routine is affected. Your favo…Read More

  5. Knowing When It’s Time to Seek Couples Therapy

    Relationships are a beautiful thing. When you find someone that makes you feel like you can truly be yourself around, nothing else seems to matter. Colors appear more vivid, food is more appetizing, and the music you listen to finds its way through your bones and warms your soul. Each morning you’re excited to grow closer to them. Life is good. But love isn’t an easy thing to maintain. After a…Read More

  6. The Benefits of Therapy

    Life is a strange and unpredictable thing. Like a roller coaster in the dark, you are unaware of what twists and turns are coming your way. One moment you might be riding high only to be sent into a sudden and unexpected descent. It’s important to know that you don’t have to be alone on this ride. Not only do you have friends and family ready to buckle in, but you also have the option to see a…Read More

  7. 12 Signs of an Anxiety Disorder

    We all feel nervous from time to time, but when does anxiety become an issue? According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders are the most common type of mental illness in the US, affecting roughly 40 million adults annually. If you suffer from an anxiety disorder, you could feel hopeless. When your anxiety is out of control, it can feel as if it’s taking over y…Read More

  8. 9 Tips For Starting the Divorce Process

    When you marry someone, you hope to spend the remainder of your life with your spouse. However, things don’t always go as planned. Relationships are complicated, and sometimes they don’t last. Perhaps you and your spouse have grown in different directions over the years and are no longer compatible. One of the hardest decisions you may ever make is to ask for a divorce. If you’ve tried coupl…Read More

  9. How Couples Therapy Can Benefit Every Relationship

    “When I first met my girlfriend, it truly felt like love at first sight. Everything about her was perfect—from the way she laughed to the way she ever so slightly stuck out her tongue when she was focusing, I was head over heels. We’ve been together for four years, now, and while I am still deeply in love with her, our relationship is wildly different than it was in the beginning. We rarely …Read More

  10. How Marital Conflict Affects Your Loved Ones

    “When I was little, I really only remember my parents fighting. Of course there are the rare, glimmering memories of happy times—trips to Disneyland, holidays with extended family, and birthdays. When we were out in public, people thought we were the perfect family. My brother and I were scholar-athletes, both well-rounded and involved in the community. My parents were esteemed teachers, also …Read More