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Looking for maladaptive communication patterns is a common form of assessment that therapists use (Long & Young, 2007). Based on John Gottman’s theory popularly known as the “Four Horseman of the Apocalypse”, the following subheadings are common communication problems that most couples experience or participate in. They include; criticism and ... Read More

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From elementary school through college, today’s students face an ever-expanding list of pressures, both inside and outside the classroom. By Lynne Shallcross It’s a good thing Jodi Mullen didn’t become a counselor exclusively for the compliments. Mullen, an associate professor and coordinator of the mental health counseling program at the State University ... Read More

Counselor moms and dads seek support to navigate the challenges of balancing family life and work life. By Stacy Notaras Murphy When counselor Rachel Feldwisch transitioned from full-time to part-time work a few years ago, she struggled to find flexible day care for her daughter. Luckily, her longtime friend and fellow American ... Read More

Offering ongoing individual counselling for students in schools can have lasting benefits for both staff and students by helping deal with difficult behavioural and well-being issues, and art therapy is a particularly effective counselling modality because young people are able to relate to their feelings and motivations indirectly, and from ... Read More

Disabilities can alter a person’s life, but rehabilitation counselors work hard to put clients back in the driver’s seat. By Lynne Shallcross When Chad Betters wants his students to grasp what it means to have a disability, he shares the story of a former client. The woman had been a nurse for ... Read More

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