Category Archives: Intimacy / Couples
As in all things, changes are happening around the offices of MFT3. First, Katherine is reducing her hours in CT as she is building a practice in New Hampshire, kTherapy, in Hanover, NH. Katherine will still be in the CT … Continue reading »
This s a great podcast by Sean Croxton with his therapist, Matthew Sanders, regarding men, perceptions and how to embrace intimacy. Enjoy! seancroxton.com/podcasts/022-matthew-sanders
The magnificent John Gottman shares a jewel about how trust gets built, maintained or rebuilt in a relationship. It is in the small moments.
Sue Johnson is the master couples therapist and I employ her philosophies daily. There is no better nugget of how to create a lifelong loving relationship. Enjoy.
What a summer it has been here in Connecticut! From soggy, rainy, moldy, humid ick to hot, dry, record-setting and sweltering, we sure are being tested by Mother Nature. Oftentimes when we feel like we are being tested or punished … Continue reading »
As a member of the Board of Directors I am thrilled to help promote this year’s CTAMFT Annual Conference on April 20. We have been working extremely hard to bring MFTs and other therapy professionals a truly amazing learning and … Continue reading »
Previous post aside, it’s a truly wonderful day when a genuine, spontaneous belly-laugh can be shared in a therapy session. Gloriously, I received that gift today. Oftentimes in therapy I use analogies and terminology that becomes part of the new … Continue reading »
The New York Times Magazine had an interesting article this past weekend titled “Is Marriage Good for Your Health?” and as many can surmise, yes, marriage does have many positive side effects. If you have recently looked into purchasing health … Continue reading »
Heartfelt thanks to Jacki Bruni and Yolanda Soto for their amazing event on Saturday, the 2010 Summer Options for Children with Special Needs…An Educational Expo at the Trumbull Library. It was such a pleasure to be included in the mix, … Continue reading »