Posts Tagged 'Relationships'

EMPOWERED HEALING: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO TRAUMA RECOVERY AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION

Our Innovative Trauma Recovery Program is Featured on a podcast: Couples Therapy in Seven Words!

By Christine DiBlasio, Ph.D.

I remember the first time that I had to give a professional public presentation, many years ago.  I lost a lot of sleep beforehand, and spent a great deal of time preparing and practicing.   Of course, after I finished the presentation, I decided to research how to actually give an effective speech.  This research taught me a few things, but what I remember most was ...

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Couples Therapy in Seven Words

Dr. Bruce Chalmer has been putting up videos about couples therapy topics for a few years, and has recently written a book called Reigniting the Spark: Why Stable Relationships Lose Intimacy, and How to Get It Back. It’s based on a seven-word formula that summarizes the basic ideas of couples therapy, and has helped many couples Dr. Chalmer has worked with over the past 25 years.

Now he’s teamed up with his wife, educator Judy Alexander, to create a podcast. ...

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The Two Golden Gifts for Your Relationship

Dr. Bruce Chalmer, one of our providers, has developed several informative videos on a variety of topics. In this video, Dr. Chalmer explains the two golden gifts that you need for your relationship.

Dr. Chalmer offers Couple Intensives, which are longer couple counseling sessions that allow you to jumpstart your work, get unstuck, and speed your way to healing. You can find Dr. Chalmer’s videos on this and other topics at brucechalmer.com.

To learn more about Dr. Chalmer ...

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Stone House Associates Welcomes Two New Members in July 2017!

Stone House Associates is delighted to announce the following additions to our outstanding team of licensed clinicians:

L. Caroline Sprigg, M.A., LCMHC comes to Stone House Associates with over 20 years of experience working with adolescents, families and individuals in a variety of settings, including schools, adolescent treatment facilities and private practice. Caroline uses a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy and family systems approaches in her work. Her clients include individuals and families dealing with anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma and ...

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