Marriage and couples counselor Trey Duckett discusses managing relationship conflict.
Marriage and couples counselor Sara Baxter discusses why our partner might be shutting down, and what we can do about it.
Marriage and couples counselor Sara Baxter discusses how to move past resentment in our relationships.
As someone who has worked in the field of eating disorder (ED) treatment and prevention for 10 years, I am used to the way the disease operates and familiar with the seemingly backward truths that don’t fit the stereotypes. One of my office staff recently told me that the biggest thing she learned working with […]
Get your children off to school without hassle, nagging, and conflict. No cost lecture from Family Psychology of South Bend, Beacon Health & Fitness, and Good Shepherd Montessori Shcool.
What To Expect in Couples and Marriage Counseling Family Psychology of South Bend comes from a tradition of clinicians who try to demystify counseling and psychology, thus the straight forward topic of today’s article about marriage counseling. I want to begin with some words from the famous psychiatrist Alfred Adler often quoted by my mentors. He […]
The article below was first written by Dr. Petersen for GoodTherapy.org and is published by them at http://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/respect/. It is reproduced here with permission. If you are concerned about your child’s disrespectful behavior, you have probably tried many corrective measures: Demanding adherence to rules. Correcting language or eye rolling. Lecturing them about how much you do […]
Divorce and marital satisfaction are not in the stars or a matter of luck. They are highly predictable. In fact it is embarrassingly rare for clinical psychology to be able to predict much, but divorce and marriage satisfaction is are stunning exceptions. Jon Gottman’s research in particular has helped us understand every strong intimate relationship […]
When we commit to a relationship, we usually expect that our partner will reciprocate with roughly the same level of emotional involvement that we put into it. Many of us hope to find a soulmate, a partner who can share and understand our feelings and ways of thinking on an intensely personal level. Others don’t […]
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Marriage and couples counselor Trey Duckett discusses recurring relationship conflict and what to do about it.
Fall ’22 at the Goshen Painters’ Guild— Press Release from the Goshen Painters’ Guild Workshop, Sat., Oct. 15, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (one-hour lunch break) Instructor: Kortney Malone, M.P.S., Professional Art Therapist, Licensed Mental Health Counselor Kortney, a practicing art therapist at Family Psychology of South Bend, specializes in recovery from trauma and depression. She is […]
Sex After Dark: That event you were embarrassed to go to For years, I have been aware of the annual (except for COVID) Sex After Dark event IUSB Residence Life hosts. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I agreed to serve on the panel. I am usually speaking about sex to couples who are […]
Are you a survivor of trauma, a health care provider, or a caregiver having experienced vicarious trauma? Have you ever wondered how to embrace your struggles and view them as a form of strength and resiliency? I have also had to answer this question. A survivor of sexual assault in college and child of a […]
Finding My Voice Project with mixed media accordion-style bookmaking On March 12, 2022, I will lead attendees in a full one-day creative and expressive arts workshop, Creating Resiliency through Art, from 9:00-4:00 at the Goshen Painters Guild. Participating in this event can be where attendees can discover what makes them resilient in the aftermath of […]