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Appalachian Americans

I shared this on my FB recently but wanted to be sure to put it on here as well. As I ponder on my way home from Thanksgiving I think about the generational gaps I see and how most of the time I am torn in between. The young generation finding their place in the...

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Upcoming Vlog

I am developing videos for students and associates (or maybe even seasoned clinicians that are wanting to try something new). These videos will cover MFT theories, therapy interventions, and whatever else is wanted. Stay tuned!

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Conflict is normal…in fact, it’s healthy

Conflict is normal…in fact, it’s healthy

The most informed research on communication is with psychologist John Gottman and his colleagues (Crooks & Baur, 2017). Through several multi-method research studies Gottman and his colleagues built a database focused on married couples. There were a number of...

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Entering 2020

Entering 2020

Entering 2020, with the longest January ever... I am heavily working on finishing my Ph.D., finalizing my dissertation and planning to defend. With that, I have little time to blog. However as that comes to close 2020 will consist of some awesome topics. I will be...

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Attachment Concepts

Attachment Concepts

The term "attachment" gets thrown around...a lot...There's some negative history associated with attachment treatment in the past that I think grossly misrepresented attachment. We're going to review attachment theory basic concepts. If you have had any training in...

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