Monthly Archives: June 2011

How does one go about finding a counselor?

So you’ve decided to seek therapy. Perhaps you have a problem you want to tackle, a change you want to make, or an issue you want to discuss. Maybe you’re going through a major life transition. Maybe you need a … Continue reading

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Is abstinence unrealistic?

I’m a regular follower of Lenore Skenazy’s blog, Free Range Kids and highly recommend her book of the same name. In today’s comments, there has been a discussion about whether it’s reasonable to expect teenagers to abstain from sex. After … Continue reading

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Summer schedule – or lack thereof

It’s summer time and the livin’ is busy! This blog is one of several projects I’m currently working on, both personally and professionally. With the longer, less-structured days of summer, and plenty on my plate, I’m excusing myself from keeping … Continue reading

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Why do people seek counseling?

There seems to be a misconception that needing counseling = crazy. But this is far from true. There are a number of reasons why people may seek counseling. Most people who come to therapy are in crisis. Something happened and … Continue reading

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