Posts Tagged ‘group counseling’

A Functional Family

Life Tree Counseling Kathleen Mills

Is family happiness for real? Can family life really be described as “fun”? Attitudes, conflicts, personality differences, and outside stresses can all be factors to make family life less than idealistic. Yet some would say: “Family is like music, some high notes, some low notes, but always a beautiful song.” “Family…like branches on a tree, we…

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MetaCognition Partners | June 2013 Executive Functions Series

Life Tree Counseling Pat Murray

MetaCognition Partners Presents: The June 2013 Executive Functions Series   “Even though I have important things to do, I can’t get started.” “I know I am capable of doing better work.” “I let little things pile up until they become big problems.” “I have good ideas but don’t put them into action.” These are comments…

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Let the Parenting Begin!

LaShondra Manning play therapy counselor

Parenting Group If you are having trouble with the relationship you share with your child, you may feel frustrated, confused, and hopeless.  If traditional therapy venues aren’t a good fit or don’t produce successful results in your situation, you should consider child parent relationship therapy as a new path.  A research-based weekly parenting course, it…

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Group Practice: The Benefits of a Group Practice

Life Tree Counseling Kathleen Mills

A group counseling practice employs a number of clinicians that share the same building and location, although they often specialize in different areas of the counseling field.  This can be considerably more effective than a counseling practice owned and run by a sole proprietor. For many practitioners and private clinicians, the establishment of a group…

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