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24 June 2013
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Summer Rates

We’re having a summer special for sessions with our LPC-Intern, Joyce Hansen.  Visit the fee schedule page for the update.


Making Marriage Work

If you listen before you answer… If you think before you speak… If your heart instructs your mouth… then what you say will make your wife feel loved or your husband feel respected. From Emerson Eggerichs Love and Respect for a Lifetime Follow the link below to listen to Megan Lee’s discussion on Radio Therapy […]


Making Marriage Work Well

If you listen before you answer… If you think before you speak… If your heart instructs your mouth… then what you say will make your wife feel loved or your husband feel respected. From Emerson Eggerichs Love and Respect for a Lifetime Follow the link below to listen to Megan Lee’s discussion on Radio Therapy with Terance […]


Blended Family discussion

Tips for a healthy blended family Siblings fight, so  don’t assume all family arguments are the result of living in a blended family. Don’t play favorites. Be fair. Don’t  overcompensate by favoring your stepchildren. This is a common mistake, made  with best intentions, in an attempt to avoid indulging your biological  children. Have family meetings.  […]


Spend Time with Your Spouse

You didn’t get married to spend your time alone, spend intentional (scheduled, if necessary) time with your spouse.  If you need to “find yourself”, do it on your own time!


3 April 2013
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Marriage
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We’re Baackkkk!

I’m finally done!  Mostly.  The website is up and running.  More features are coming soon!  Thanks for your patience and sorry for the inconvenience.  Visit the page and let me know what you think!!


22 November 2012
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Thanksgiving Wisdom for Couples

A repost of great wisdom from TreyMorgan.net. Keeping things or hiding things from your spouse is a sign of problems in a marriage. A healthy marriage is one that is built on total openness and honesty. When it comes to secrets in marriage, there should be none. Here’s a test with some tough questions: Do […]


19 November 2012
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Working Together

This blog post is a contribution from our intern Michelle Ezell, one of our Master’s Level interns.  One of my missions in training my interns is that they learn how to run a successful private practice when they leave me.  Or be trained well enough to partner with me! Many would consider domestic responsibility to […]

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