Category Archives: Good Things
Well, we did it again. Another anniversary! MFT3 is 8 years old and going strong! We are so privileged to work with such amazing clients, people who invite us into their most intimate details and trials – and triumphs. We have … Continue reading »
We are thrilled to announce that Emily and Mike Longo’s daughter, Violet, came into the world safely and healthily today!!!
Fall is upon us and I am giddy with delight. I love Fall, back-to-school, the colors and the smells, pumpkins, leaves, I love all of it. And with the changing of the seasons, I want to announce some updates here … Continue reading »
Here’s an update from a great local summer resource: Children’s Therapy and Learning Center : Summer Camp 2016 Our mission is to support all children in achieving greater success in academic performance and social participation. Session 1: Week of August … Continue reading »
We were listening to music this morning and as I ate my scrambled eggs and toast, this song played. It struck me as fittingly appropriate for clients coming to therapy. They have been hiding; from pain, from fear, from truths, … Continue reading »
I have been pondering this post for some time. The usual interruptions have occurred, attention gets drawn away. Not today. We have seen a real increase in clients coming in who are more depressed, anxious and unsettled than ever before. I … Continue reading »
Well here we are, at yet another milestone. 7! We have crossed the 7-year mark! 7 years we have been blessed to serve those seeking support and assistance in Connecticut’s lower Fairfield County. 7 years of serving Trumbull, Monroe, Fairfield, Stratford, Shelton, … Continue reading »
Happy 2016 everyone, we hope the new year is bringing you what you want and need. Here at MFT3, we are making some changes too. We are adding some new therapists as we bid farewell to another. First, the farewell. … Continue reading »
The magnificent John Gottman shares a jewel about how trust gets built, maintained or rebuilt in a relationship. It is in the small moments.