The Gottman Method of Couples Therapy and the Importance of Finding a Certified Gottman Therapist

By Terri A. Ammirati, LCPC. Does love really cure all? Over the past 50 years, social epidemiologists have proven that loving relationships, whether romantic or friendly, contribute to a longer and healthier life. But, it takes hard work for love to stay strong and unleash its potential. It’s almost unfair the way negative emotions can …

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Self-Awareness: Listen to Your Body

By Julie Love-Richardson, LCPC What to Do When You Feel Anxiety Many of us can relate to the experience of taking a familiar route to work, school, the grocery, gym, etc., then realizing when we’ve arrived at our destination that we have no recollection of the drive. In many ways, coming to the realization that …

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The Difference Between Worry and Anxiety: Knowing When It’s Time to Seek Help.

By Julie Love-Richardson, LCPC. Have you ever thought to yourself, “The most productive way to resolve [insert problem here] is to dwell on it.”?  Most likely, the answer is NO. Nevertheless, when you are dealing with a difficult co-worker, problems in your relationship, passing an exam, fitting in at a new school, etc., you may find …

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