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Healthy Complaining Vs. Harmful Complaining in Relationships

Healthy Complaining Vs. Harmful Complaining in Relationships   As a Licensed Marriage and family Therapist, Master NLP Practitioner, Certified Hypnotherapist, Dharma Life Coach, and Sports Psychology Consultant, I wholeheartedly agree with John Gottman’s assertion that it’s a myth that happily married people don’t complain about each other’s behaviors.  The reality in partnerships and marriages is […]

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What is NLP (Neuro-Lingusitic Programming)?

As a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Master Neuro-Linguistic Programmer, I want to take a moment and share with you what NLP stands for; Neuro-Linguistic Programming is a name that encompasses the three most influential components involved in producing human experience: neurology, language and programming. The neurological system regulates how our bodies function, language determines how we interface and […]

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HOW TO SAY I’M SORRY

As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I’ve worked with individuals, couples, groups, and athletes, and from time to time one of my clients owes someone in their lives a sincere apology.  I’ve seen husbands and wives call each other mean-spirited names, for example, and I’ve also met with couples who have even gone so far […]

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GROUP THERAPY NO-NO’s

As a Marriage and Family Therapist and Group Facilitator, I’ve already written in a past blog about the ingredients that make for amazing group therapy experiences!!  In this blog, however, I want to take a moment to shed light on the ingredients that can kill the momentum of a thriving group and/or cause a group […]

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COMMUNICATION IS KEY

  As a Marriage and Family Therapist, communication is key to building rapport with clients.  Communication is the key that unlocks the doors behind which people often hide.  Communication is the key that opens their hearts.  There are many facets and dimensions to effective communication.  In this blog post, I will share with you one […]

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BODY LANGUAGE IN SPORTS

Most people already know and understand that our thoughts influence how we feel, and how we feel influences how we move and carry ourselves.  In light of this knowledge, athletes are encouraged to think positively.  These positive thoughts in turn help them to feel better about themselves, their performance, and their chances of being  victorious […]

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WHAT SEPERATES THE BEST ATHLETES FROM THE REST

What Seperates The Best From The Rest Athletes who excel in sports generally love the process that they must go through in order to achieve excellence in their chosen sport. This process includes growing mentally, physically, and spiritually. Although they prefer winning over losing, they value performing up to their potential and competing against the […]

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WHY ARE SOME ATHLETES RELUCTANT TO USE SPORTS PSYCHOLOGISTS?

Discover Who Uses Sports Psychologists, What Happens In A Sport Psychology Session, And The Many Benefits Of Sports Psychology Bill Cole, MS, MA Founder and CEO William B. Cole Consultants Silicon Valley, California “Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist oughta have their head examined.” This classic joke underscores the unfortunate, still-alive social stigma that people […]

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ANGER MANAGEMENT THERAPY

Anger Download as PDF Anger is one of the most baffling and cunning emotions that people try to get a handle on in our world today. It is the most enigmatic of all emotions, the most daunting, and the most awe-inspiring. Some people recoil from anger, and wish it would just disappear off the face […]

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