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Don’t Like Something Your Therapist Did or Said? Is it Time to Quit? Absolutely Not and Here’s Why!

Has your therapist done or said something that you don’t like or makes things more difficult for you. Here’s the big clue in how to handle this. Here you go, are you ready? This is a really well-kept secret. “Say … Continue reading

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Is Your Relationship On Its Last Leg? If So, Try Couple’s Therapy!

Are you unhappy in your relationship? Do you feel stuck like you don’t know how to fix the problem? Have you started separating emotionally in response to the problems? If so, you are not alone. There are many couples just … Continue reading

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Parenting for Parents

By Ilissa Banhazl, MFT Do you and your husband/partner discuss things before you give your child an answer about something they want or want to do? Do you ever undermine your partner in front of your child? Parents need to … Continue reading

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Old Baggage Ruining Your Relationship Now?

By Ilissa Banhazl, MFT Do you find that when you are discussing or arguing about something specific that you or your partner bring up old baggage? It could be from 20 years ago! Old baggage will ruin what you have … Continue reading

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