January 31, 2013 By Jarvis Johnson, LMFT It is essential in relationships to keep the lines of communication clear or problems are likely to build up and get worse, particularly if ignored or used as the excuse to attack or blame the ones you love.
We just received an issue of the California State University East Bay Magazine, which had an article, Toys Talk When Kids Can’t, about the university’s Play Therapy training for graduate students earning degrees in counseling. We think this training is importantand after reading this article
We all know that failure is a part of life. For most of us, we can shrug it off and move on. What’s on your Failure Wall that you can let go of?
In Southwest Riverside we have many military service members and veterans as our neighbors and friends. We are grateful for their service and honored to have them in our midst.
January 23, 2013 by Jason Agnetti, LMFT The word relationship goes through so many different definitions as we make our way through this dynamic roller coaster we call our lives. Time and time again we, as humans, try to find a working model of what makes a relationship work only to embark on yet another trial and error, or often…
We are in the Age of Information Overload: there’s just too much stuff going on in our lives and our attention span is stretched to the limit and beyond.
While there is no magic pill on how to manage our increasingly busy lives, there are some common sense tactics that can help bring some modicum of control. That’s why this short article, How to Balance Work and Life, caught our eye.
January 16, 2013 By Michelle Villa, IMFT Anxiety can be a normal reaction to stress.With stressors such as an increase in unemployment, rise in prices, and demanding lifestyles it is no surprise many Americans suffer with Anxiety and Panic Attacks. The good news is there is recovery from anxiety, panic attacks and the symptoms that come with these common disorders.
Parenting Class Series Available These classes will comprise an Education Series for Parents & Caregivers of Special Needs Children.