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4 Ways to Build Emotional Resilience

Do you bounce back from challenging experiences?  Or do you get caught in a whirlwind of difficult emotions, feeling vulnerable, lost or out of control?  Emotional resilience is the ability to adapt well to...

Ask Lisa: My husband is a workaholic

I have been going to see a therapist for 6 months now and my husband also went with me a few times but I feel it isn’t helping me and certainly not us. My problem is two fold. I have family of origin...

What is Family of Origin Work?

The term, “family of origin work,” is familiar to some but many not everyone.  Everyone should have an understanding of it, being that in the realm of emotional and relationship health, it’s...

Emotional Wounds: Ways They Can Show Up in Your Relationship

Do you believe things that happened in your past can impact how you function in your relationships?  If you don’t, you’re not alone.  Being a therapist who works with individuals and couples...

Is Shame Driving Your Relationships?

Dr. Richard Nicastro, Phd, deftly illuminates the undercurrent of one of the most toxic relationship challenges; shame, often at the root of individual distress as well.  He unpacks some of the defensive...

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