The average user spends 116 minutes on social media each day. Whether you use these platforms with intent or find yourself mindlessly scrolling, it’s easy to get caught up in the trap of comparison or have feelings of FOMO (fear of missing out) which can lead to anxiety.
We are continuing to explore therapy options for couples seeking support and today are taking a look at the Relationship Education Approach. If you are considering couples counseling, we encourage you to follow this series to see if any one approach speaks to you, and if you still have questions about therapeutic options for couples, reach out to us at Mind Body Seven.
If you and your partner are looking for tools to help build, support, or heal your relationship, you may want to consider the Gottman Method. Just one of many therapeutic options available to couples, the Gottman Method is a well researched, proven method for improving relationships. Read our overview of the method here and use the resources provided if you’re interested in learning more.
Whether you’ve been together for two months or 20 years, couples counseling can be a great way to build, maintain, and heal your relationship. Here we lay out ten things to look for in a couples counselor that will hopefully make your search a little simpler. While it can seem like a daunting task, once you find the right person to work with, couples counseling can be incredibly rewarding.
What does it take to build and maintain a strong and healthy relationship? While movies and television would lead you to believe that relationships are self sustaining and effortless, the reality is that they require your time, intention, and care. Relationships are work (yes- work!) but we are here to make that work a little easier. Read about six things you can do today to support a healthy relationship and reach out to us at Mind Body Seven if you still have questions or are interested in learning more about couples counseling.
We learn more about the mind- body connection everyday and as an integrative psychiatrist, Dr. Lewis is constantly researching how this new knowledge may positively impact treatment plans for her clients. Here she discusses new and exciting studies examining the connection between socializing and type II diabetes. The results may surprise you and- more importantly- may be useful to you or someone you know in helping to prevent the onset or worsening of type II diabetes.