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What Happens In Your First Session of Couple’s Counseling? by Ilissa Banhazl, MFT, Glendora

The first thing that I will do is explain about counseling and confidentiality. I’ll ask each of you to tell me what some of the issues are and your individual as well as couple goals. In session, we’ll practice discussing … Continue reading

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Is a Prenuptial Agreement or Separate Finances a Warning of Trouble To Come?

Some couples find this kind of agreement helpful in their financial situation. However, what I see in my office is couple’s fighting over financial agreements made when they decided to get married. I’m not only talking about prenuptial agreements but … 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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You Must See The Film “Bully” and Bring Your Children!

Written by Ilissa Banhazl, MFT- I saw the film “Bully” yesterday at the Laemmle theatre in Claremont. It was very good. You really should take your children to see it and talk about it afterwards. It was sad but the situation … Continue reading

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