Category Archives: Family Counseling Communication

Texting Your Kids…

I think texting came along at just the right time for the baby boomer generation. We parents who doted on our children all the way through their development now have a way to connect with them even when they’re gone … Continue reading

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What Your Child’s Bad Behavior Really Means, 3 Things to Do

If you meet your child’s emotional and physical needs, as much as is humanely possible, then you should have a cooperative, respectful and happy child. So, this means that a child who is acting out, anxious or depressed is “unhappy”. … Continue reading

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4 Benefits of Family Counseling, Ilissa Banhazl, MFT, La Verne

Every family could benefit from family counseling. There are always things to fine tune or improve like communication between family members. Here are 4 reasons why your family might benefit from Family Counseling: Family members tend to interrupt one another … Continue reading

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Does Your Child Seem Unhappy? Are you Concerned? By Ilissa Banhazl, MFT

Kids go through a lot of changes and deal with a lot of stress in their own worlds. Normal pre-teen- teenager moodiness or rolling eyes are to be expected. But if your child seems unusually stressed, down or angry or … Continue reading

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Too Much of a Good Thing? 10 Slippery Slopes, Marriage and Family Therapy, Glendora, CA

Too much of even a good thing can be bad for you. Or rather, anything in moderation is fine! We tend to over do things. Many people have an addictive personality and that makes moderation difficult. Here are 10 things … Continue reading

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The Unspoken System In Your Family: 3 Benefits When Talking About It With One Another, La Verne, CA

There is an unspoken rule in your family. We all have our roles and typical familiar interactions. By now, some of your behaviors are conscious but others are pretty much unconscious and involuntary and put in place to keep the … Continue reading

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