Archive for the ‘Counseling’ Category

  • Can’t Connect with your Teen?

    Can’t Connect with your Teen?

    Having a tough time connecting with your teen? Here are some helpful connecting tips for parents

    on Jul 24, 2012 • with No Comments

  • Modesty, Accountability and Respect

    Modesty, Accountability and Respect

    After posting this image on my Strengthening Marriage, Inc. Facebook page a reader posted an edited version (see below) of the original graphic. What ensued was an interesting conversation about modesty that I thought may be of value to share here on my blog as well

    on Jul 9, 2012 • with 2 Comments

  • Keeping the Passion Alive

    Keeping the Passion Alive

    Ryan found himself drawn to the adrenaline-like energy of an old friend, because that passion and aliveness was missing within his own soul. If he is not careful he will mistake the attraction to her for something other than a yearning to come alive within

    on Jun 6, 2012 • with 4 Comments

  • Unhealthy Personal Boundaries — Are you a Pleaser?

    Unhealthy Personal Boundaries — Are you a Pleaser?

    Many of us struggle with having unhealthy personal boundaries. These unhealthy boundaries tend to make us co-dependent on others for our feelings of self worth. Unhealthy Personal Boundaries Make for Unhealthy Marriages Being co-dependent can be hard on a marriage if either or both spouses do

    on May 9, 2012 • with No Comments

  • Orgasm’s Secret Ingredients

    Orgasm’s Secret Ingredients

    It can be complicated to try to figure out all the right ingredients for a woman to experience an orgasm. Many women have tried almost everything they can imagine. Maybe they are missing one necessary ingredient… Because every woman and every relationship is so different

    on Apr 25, 2012 • with No Comments

  • Welcome to Cherry Lane Counseling Center

    Welcome to Cherry Lane Counseling Center

    I thought it might be fun to give you a bit of a virtual tour of my new counseling office at Cherry Lane Counseling Center. We recently moved from an office complex down the block to this newly remodeled office building (403 W. Cherry Lane, Meridian, ID 83642)

    on Mar 20, 2012 • with No Comments

  • The Light is Here—Graduation and Licensing

    The Light is Here—Graduation and Licensing

      Graduation I’m so thrilled that the light at the end of a long tunnel is finally here! October 31, 2011 was my official graduation day from Capella University with a Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy (MS, MFT)! It all began

    on Mar 19, 2012 • with 1 Comment

  • Self-Help Sex Therapy

    Self-Help Sex Therapy

    Now that I am pretty heavy into counseling and therapy in my practice I am finding it difficult to find enough time to help everyone that is requesting my services. In addition, there are some who may not be able to afford counseling or who have spouses

    on Jan 2, 2012 • with 3 Comments

  • What is Sex Therapy?

    What is Sex Therapy?

    In a recent sex therapy training I attended at The Institute for Sexual Wholeness (ISW), it was a bit disturbing to hear that some people have very mistaken ideas of what sex therapy is all about. Just to be sure that everyone is clear on

    on Apr 6, 2010 • with 2 Comments

  • Why I Chose to Become a Marriage and Family Therapist

    Why I Chose to Become a Marriage and Family Therapist

    Since I was asked to write my story about why I chose to become a Marriage and Family Therapist for one of my MFT courses, I thought it might be of interest to share here. My Hopes in Becoming a Marriage and Family Therapist My sincere

    on Jan 16, 2010 • with No Comments

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