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Fixer or Floater, the Choice Is Yours

I used to be a fixer, still am, I suppose, but I’ve fixed it, mostly.

What I’m talking about is my tendency to go into action when a situation or crisis demands it. 224 more words

DIY Therapy

Family Stress

Family dynamics significantly impact one’s health in both positive and negative ways. Having a close-knit and supportive family provides emotional support, economic well-being, and increases overall health. 125 more words

Counseling

Lifestyle + Life Coaching | A Guide to Healing a Family Rift

A rift in the family is the worst kind. Friends come and go all the time, but you’re tied to your family by blood forever. It’s not only best for the family but best for the soul that you heal a rift as soon as possible. 485 more words

mixed feelings about changing family dynamics

Hi everyone,

So family update. As people know my parents have been getting along amazingly since no kids in the house. Especially after my mom’s neck surgery they really bonded. 847 more words

Mental Illness

Divorce In California with Attorney Anna Y Maples

Attorney Anna Y Maples speaks candidly about the main issues concerning divorce in California. An invaluable resource for individuals looking for information regarding divorce.

Family Law

Dr. Ellen Berman with Marty Moss-Coane and Ron Lieber: "Families and Money"

    CCAF Founder, Dr. Ellen Berman was a guest on WHYY’s Fresh Air  with author Ron Lieber yesterday.  They had a lively and informative conversation about… 80 more words

Family Therapy

Family therapy meets crisis intervention

At the NASW National Association of Social Work Conference-Ohio Chapter last week, dozens of workshops were offered. Often, in an emergency situation such as occurs at a busy hospital ED, you’re dealing with more than the patient and must consider the entire family.  889 more words

Adolescent Psychiatry