14th Aug 2014

Finding Support for Families

By Dr. Anthony Levitt In general, the adult system of mental health and addictions care is set up for motivated individuals who identify that they have a concern and wish to...

21st Jul 2014

3 Simple Steps to Keep Love Alive

By Ava Green Relationships. We crave them, they’re necessary, and we often find ourselves trapped or unhappy with what we have. When it comes to romantic relationships, we all go into...

07th Jun 2014

The Power of Listening

By Natasha Sherman Everything happens in relationship to someone or something. So relationship is the access point to whatever we want. In our human interactions, dialogue is one of the ways...

10th May 2014

Does Your Teenager Have Bipolar Disorder?

By Dr. Ben Goldstein Why is bipolar disorder among the most complicated medical conditions to diagnose? Depression alternates with mania. Related “comorbid” conditions such as anxiety, substance abuse and ADHD are...

05th Apr 2014

Is Your Lover Wearing A Mask?

By Maxine Browne At the beginning of a new relationship, everyone puts their best foot forward. Your date will refrain from chewing with his mouth open. He will open doors for...

07th Mar 2014

Keeping the Love and Leaving the Marriage

By Tallie Rabin-Claassen When a marriage or long term committed relationship ends, in order to reconcile what happened, it is common to attempt to identify something that was wrong that gives...

07th Feb 2014

Relating and Connecting

By Natasha Sherman I’d like to talk about relationship and relatedness generically. I would assert that we all want to feel meaningfully related and connected; and yet, very often, what we do...

05th Jan 2014

Emotional Homework

By Dr. Elyse Dubo For parents with children away at university, it can be a giant leap of faith to step back and let their young adult children be independent, and...

08th Dec 2013

Love The Family You’re With This Holiday

By Tallie Rabin-Claasen As the holidays approach, while some anticipate a much awaited celebration, others anticipate a time of difficulty and heartache. As a coach for people divorcing or divorced, and being...

10th Nov 2013

We Are Family

By Toni Grates It was a Thursday afternoon in May and I needed a break from other things.  So, I headed to Facebook to engage in mindless activity and look at pictures...

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