How I work

Anxiety: I utilize cognitive behavioral therapy, strengths perspective and mindfulness to treat anxiety. I teach how to reality test anxieties, calming techniques such as breathing exercises and guided imagery. In addition, I help with increasing confidence which will in turn also help with defeating anxiety. Romantic and interpersonal relationships: I utilize attachment-based therapy by providingContinue reading “How I work”

The Benefits of Tele-therapy

Save Time: no need to spend time stuck in traffic or commuting via any other method to your appointment. Save Money: no need to spend money on gas, train or bus in order to commute to your session. Consistency: with online therapy, bad weather (especially in the winter) won’t stop you from missing your appointments.Continue reading “The Benefits of Tele-therapy”

Is your partner healthy for you?

10 signs your partner isn’t healthy for you 1. Your partner is controlling – tells you how to dress, how to behave or expects you to act on command. 2. Your partner is disrespectful –  acts as if your feelings, thoughts,and opinions do not matter. 3. Your partner is unappreciative – never thanks you forContinue reading “Is your partner healthy for you?”

When is the right time to make your relationship official on Facebook?

If your relationship is important to you, then you won’t be worried about making it official on social media. People who have strong relationships do not display their affection for each other on their social media accounts. Your relationship is private, and therefore, has no place on social media. So if you’re wondering when isContinue reading “When is the right time to make your relationship official on Facebook?”

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The Concept of Soulmates

The Concept of Soulmates It’s probably safe to say that a lot of people believe in soulmates. But is that a healthy ideal to strive for within your romantic relationships? First, let’s define soulmates. Soulmates are viewed as two souls who belong together so essentially two people who are perfect for each other. A coupleContinue reading “The Concept of Soulmates”

The biggest problem within most relationships is a lack of healthy and effective communication. So many people don’t know how to get their message across. Some resort to yelling, name calling or stone-walling. This leads to a build up of resentment which eventually leads to more arguing and the unhealthy communicative cycle continues. Good communication is like a good tennis match. It involves a lot of back and forth communication. An equal amount of give and take is crucial in order for effective communication to take place. What does that ‘give and take’ involve? Well, it involves a fair chance for each person to express themselves and also to be heard. In other words, taking turns to talk and listen. Please share your experiences with poor communication styles and examples of how you were able to improve your communication skills.

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Communication is one of the cornerstones in any relationship. – Jackie Krol, LCSW

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