Art of Compromise

J.P. Mertens, LPCCBlog, CouplesLeave a Comment

Art of Compromise

Many couples struggle to resolve their issues because they do not understand the art of compromise. Negotiation is possible when you are willing to work with your partner to address your challenges and opportunities together. … Read More

Angry Words

Jillian Zeller, LPPCBlog, IndividualsLeave a Comment

Angry Words

“Sticks and stones may break our bones…”  There are so many possible ways to address the use of angry words with one another. In family therapy and in couples therapy, clients are encouraged to be … Read More

Play – Part 2

Michael Walker, LPCBlog, Individuals2 Comments

Play - Part 2

In Play – Part 1, I shared the importance of play and the devastating consequences that come when it is absent from our lives. Engaging our play personalities is quite possibly the most effective and … Read More

When Children Lie

Jillian Zeller, LPPCBlog, Christian, Family

When Children Lie

When my oldest child was 3 years old, he got into a chocolate pie that was in the fridge. A 3-year-old sized handprint was sitting in the middle of the pie. My son had chocolate … Read More

Play – Part 1

Michael Walker, LPCBlog, Individuals1 Comment

Play - Part 1

The good ole days Now that my kids are in their elementary school years, I find myself often recalling my experiences as a child. Life was much simpler back then. My thoughts were mostly consumed … Read More