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The Benefits of Individual Counseling

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  • August 21, 2017 /
  • by Stonebriar Counseling Associates /
  • addiction, depression, stress /
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In today’s high-stress world, we sometimes need a little help navigating life, understanding where we come from, and deciding where we’re going. Counseling often has a negative stigma attached to it, as if people who participate in it are weaker for seeking guidance. In reality, people who seek individual counseling are building skills and making choices
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Child and Adolescent Therapy: Eating Disorder Red Flags

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  • July 25, 2017 /
  • by Stonebriar Counseling Associates /
  • counseling, Eating Disorder, Red Flags /
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As parents, we are naturally wired up to protect our children in any way we can. One vital piece of protecting your child is understanding the dangers your child faces in contemporary society. One of those dangers, for both boys and girls, is the development of an eating disorder. How might you know if your
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How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Works

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  • July 11, 2017 /
  • by Stonebriar Counseling Associates /
  • cognitive-behavioral therapy, counseling /
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Cognitive behavioral therapy can help correct many mental health difficulties from addiction to bad habits. It is a step by step process to bring behavior into perspective with thought processes. An example includes when you pick at scabs to a point which is dangerous to your health. The medical term for this is excoriation and
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The Benefits of Marriage Counseling when your Partner has Depression

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  • June 28, 2017 /
  • by Stonebriar Counseling Associates /
  • depression, marriage counseling /
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Depression is a grossly undervalued psychological disorder. Many people who suffer from depression are unwilling or unable to openly talk about it. Living with depression is an incredibly difficult task. On the other hand, living with a person who has depression can also be challenging. A marriage is considered to be a strong partnership built
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Individual Counseling: Exploring the Mind/Body Connection

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  • June 5, 2017 /
  • by Stonebriar Counseling Associates /
  • emotions, individual counseling, mood /
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Exploring the mind/body connection is something we all do but mostly subconsciously. If you are wanting to experience this let’s try an experiment. Close your eyes for a moment and think of your favorite song. Let it play in your mind. Allow it to flow through you. As you do this, pay attention to how
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Marriage Counseling is Not Always Easy, But it is Always Worth It!

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  • May 19, 2017 /
  • by Stonebriar Counseling Associates /
  • communication, marriage counseling, relationships /
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The reality of facing marriage counseling is a scary thought. Sometimes life gets in the way of a relationship. Stress weighs on people and their commitment to each other. With counseling, couples learn to communicate more effectively and manage the many stresses of life appropriately. Together, spouses learn to support each other effectively to lessen
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Do You Need Couple’s Counseling?

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  • May 4, 2017 /
  • by Stonebriar Counseling Associates /
  • couples counseling, relationship, therapy /
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You can still remember how it was when you first got together, but now, it’s as if you can’t speak to each other in the same language.  Or maybe you don’t talk much at all.  Or you’ve grown apart.  Whatever the stage of your relationship, when you start tuning out or having conflict, it’s time
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Why is my Child’s Teacher Requesting Educational Testing?

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  • April 18, 2017 /
  • by Stonebriar Counseling Associates /
  • educational evaluation, special needs, testing /
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Receiving notice from a teacher that he or she thinks you child needs educational testing can be shocking. At first, most parents feel insulted. It feels like a teacher is telling them that there is something wrong with their child. The best way to word it is that it feel invasive and judgmental. However, there is no
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Marriage Counseling as an Alternative to Divorce

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  • April 4, 2017 /
  • by Stonebriar Counseling Associates /
  • counselor, marriage counseling, marriage help /
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Far too many marriages in the United States end in divorce for various reasons. As many as half of all marriages do not last until “death do you part” according to the Divorce Statistics page. The good news is that the longer a couple remains married, the less likely they are to divorce. Divorce rates
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Marriage Counseling Enhances Effective Communication

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  • March 22, 2017 /
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  • communication, couples counseling, marriage, therapy /
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Learning to communicate effectively with your spouse may be the key to long-lasting bliss in your relationship. Many couples who come in for marriage counseling have the same goals but are not able to communicate those goals to one another in a way that makes sense. Take, for instance, the couple who loves each other,
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