Tag Archives: couples
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
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.
MFT3 is 3! (or as my mother would say, “you’ve entered your fourth year, hunny”.) Today is the day, three years ago exactly, that the doors to MFT3 were opened. I am so proud to still be here 3 years … 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 »
I know, so many people are offput by the somewhat contrived essence of Valentine’s Day, a Hallmark cash cow and one more way for those who are un-coupled to feel even more left out. I know, I know. But that’s … Continue reading »
Every night this week (12/10–12/16/09), tune in from 8-9 pm to Trumbull’s Channel 17 to see MFT3’s workshop presentation at Total Learning and Therapy Center titled “Happy Parents = Happy Kids”. Please contact MFT3 at info [at] mft3 [dot] com … Continue reading »