Tag Archives: relationships
Emotions are complicated things. (Duh, or else this profession wouldn’t exist). Sometimes stating the obvious is necessary to get to the next place, like the ability and need to have simultaneous emotions roiling around together. Like Fun, playful and sad. … 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.
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 »
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 »
2010 is upon us and everyone at MFT3 would like to wish you and yours a happy, healthy, safe and peaceful new year (let us know if we can help in any way, too!). There is an upcoming special on … Continue reading »