Radio Interview with “The River”
I recognize that healthy relationships are interconnected, interrelated, and interdependent. I understand that all relationships affect our physical and emotional health, our wellbeing, and the level of contentment and satisfaction in our lives. When relationships are troubled, there’s impact on our children and families, and often our financial life is not as stable and our social networks within our community suffer.
I utilize techniques proven to be effective given the latest neuroscience research and the most current models of couple therapy including relational therapeutic techniques developed by Terry Real “The New Rules of Marriage,” John Gottman’s “The Seven Principles of Highly Effective Marriages” and Sue Johnson’s “Hold Me Tight” to create specific treatment plans for each and every couple and teach couples healthy skills for relating.
“A loving relationship is one in which the loved one is free to be himself — to laugh with me, but never at me; to cry with me, but never because of me; to love life, to love himself, to love being loved. Such a relationship is based upon freedom and can never grow in a jealous heart.”
— Leo F. Buscaglia
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