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Psychotherapy: Does It Have An Image Problem? 4 Possible Signs

Psychotherapy: Does It Have An Image Problem? 4 Possible Signs

What is your view of psychotherapy? Do you think of it in terms of positive growth? Or in terms of negatives and time wasted? Sadly, a lot of people would react negatively if you told them that they needed counseling. One reason is that to 

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Understanding Inter-Generational Trauma or Family “Curses”

Understanding Inter-Generational Trauma or Family “Curses”

Do you know what intergenerational trauma is? Did you know it can be thought of as another way to describe a “family curse?” In this video, I discuss a few signs of intergenerational trauma and the challenges years and generations of trauma can have on 

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Relationships: Protecting Yourself From Pathological Liars

Relationships: Protecting Yourself From Pathological Liars

Pathological lying is a behavior that most people struggle to understand. Many of my clients find it difficult to understand the foundation of pathological lying which is often a “symptom” of a bigger problem. It is important to learn their modus operandi (MO). I discuss 

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