Do you ever feel your spouse is easily distracted, doesn’t give you full eye contact, you catch their eyes wandering to the TV as you’re talking or their attention quickly moves to a squirrel that just ran through your yard? Do you then internalize this behavior as believing your partner doesn’t care, never listens or… Continue reading Have Squirrels invaded your marriage? Take these three steps to learn more about living with a spouse with ADHD.
Why off-site LPC supervision? Working for an employer who also provides supervision has pros, such as receiving supervision for free. However, it can also come with some cons such as it could make one feel somewhat guarded or not as open fearing the supervision experience would affect your employment. It is similar to a “dual”… Continue reading Why off-site LPC-Supervision is preferred
“I don’t know where to turn, what to do, no one seems to understand, I feel alone. Am I the only one going through this? What happened to us?” These are some of the sentiments that may have preceded you looking for a therapist. You could be having conflict with your adolescent, your spouse or… Continue reading Family Counseling in Carrollton, TX
A great article.. http://www.ahaparenting.com/blog/Change_Your_Child We’ve all been there. Once we develop the insight to recognize these less favorable teachings we can stop thinking about change and start changing in small ways… baby steps. We’ll never be perfect but it’s never too late to turn things around in a more positive direction although it’s hard to… Continue reading Parenting and Emotions
I am a Board certified LPC-Supervisor and currently have openings for LPC-Interns. Committing to at least 18 months or up to years providing supervision is an important role and one that I take very seriously. My LPC-Intern experience was very special to me because I had what I consider to be an excellent LPC Supervisor.… Continue reading Are you looking for LPC-Intern Supervision?
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