Support in Uncertain Times

We are committed to supporting you through these uncertain times. We will be posting videos on topics to help you as an individual, couple, and family get through this. Please let us know if there are any topics you'd like us to cover. We will get through this together!

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Why You Should Ignore All That Coronavirus-Inspired Productivity Pressure

By Aisha S. Ahmad Let's take pressure off of ourselves where we can during this pandemic. We can't be as productive as we were when we are juggling so much right now. I share the following thoughts during this difficult time in the hope that they will help others to adapt to hardship conditions. Take what you need, and leave the rest. Among my academic colleagues and friends, I have observed a common response to the continuing Covid-19 crisis. They are fighting valiantly for a sense of normalcy — hustling…

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When Two Withdrawers Relate

When two withdrawers are in a relationship, certain patterns recur. Understanding the motivations of each of the withdrawers can open up better conversation and connection. Avoidance of negative emotion can build walls that shut the good emotions as well. Join sex therapist and author Laurie Watson and couples therapist George Faller as they talk about withdrawers in relationship. Listen Here

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Daily Quarantine Questions

Need help setting up a daily routine for yourself that supports your wellbeing? Here are some questions to reflect on each day to make sure you support yourself during these challenging times. You can do this! If you would like more support, we are here to help- call us at 512-994-0432 or email us at to schedule a free phone consultation or appointment.

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Building Your Resilience

by American Psychological Association We all face trauma, adversity and other stresses. Here’s a roadmap for adapting to life-changing situations, and emerging even stronger than before. Imagine you’re going to take a raft trip down a river. Along with slow water and shallows, your map shows that you will encounter unavoidable rapids and turns. How would you make sure you can safely cross the rough waters and handle any unexpected problems that come from the challenge? Perhaps you would enlist the support of more experienced rafters as you plan your…

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Do you have difficulty falling or staying asleep?

The free Sleep Restore app could help. Sleep Restore is uniquely designed for sufferers of stress-related insomnia, (eg; PTSD, chronic pain, attachment problems). Insomnia is one of the most common effects of severe stress affecting over 80% of PTSD sufferers, over 50% of chronic pain sufferers and adults with attachment problems. Attachment is a psychological term for the degree of security that a person feels in their primary relationships (parents, family, partners). Secure attachment is vital for the healthy psychological development of human beings, as well as physical health.…

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Are You Really Ready for Divorce? The 9 Questions You Need to Ask Yourself First

When trying to decide whether to end a relationship or marriage it is important to take some time to reflect on why you are considering this. Marriage is difficult at times. It is common to have doubts at times about whether or not to remain in the relationship. Divorce is a permanent solution. It is important to really consider whether or not there is room for change or it is time to call it quits. Many couples head for divorce before they have taken time to ask themselves some common questions…

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This Comic Is The Encouragement You Need To Try Therapy

By Brittany Wong Illustrator Sacha Mardou had her doubts about going to therapy. She thought therapy was for people with “real problems,” and she didn’t really see how paying a stranger to hear her talk about traumas and hurts from her childhood would help. But as she turned 40 and released her first graphic novel, she found herself heading toward a mid-life crisis ― and she feared she wasn’t being present or in the moment with her husband or young daughter. So with lots of hesitation, she booked an appointment. “At that point, I was out of…

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