I’m giddy about being invited to talk with listeners on the Todd and Erin Morning Show. They’re now on air weekdays at Rewind 100.7 FM! I chatted with caller “Nicole” about whether or not to forgive her mother who has a history of alcoholism and abusive behavior.
I talked with caller “Mike” on Todd and Erin Morning Show on Rewind 100.7 FM about how he and his ex-wife disagreed about how to discipline: his wife spanked and he disagreed with it. It ultimately ended their marriage.
How can you handle differences in discipline between parents? What are alternatives to spanking?
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Monette Cash, LCSW leads our DBT Women’s Group. A 3-series skills group that teaches basic skills such as how to manage your emotions so they don’t control your life, how to cope effectively with difficult relationships, and learning how to react calmly rather than impulsively in order to avoid unhealthy escapes. This 3 module skill group will run in 6 week segments and
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Christine Holding presenting at The 2014 Generations Conference
Monday, April 7th, 2:30 pm
Christine Holding, AMFT will join Jack Boden, CMHC at the 2014 Generations Conference. Presentations topics include Emotionally Focused Therapy and Lifespan Integration. This is a conference for mental health professionals.
Often times we get down in the dumps and very critical of ourselves and cannot see past the negatives. I came across this cool concept by Jon Gordon called “The Positive Pledge” which states the following:
I pledge to be a positive person and positive influence on my family, friends, co-workers, and community.
I promise to be positively contagious and share more smiles, laughter, encouragement, and joy with those around me.
It is a rare relationship that does not experience difficulties in communication from time to time. Sometimes we feel that nothing we say is understood correctly – that everything is misconstrued. Or we get stuck in arguments that just spin around and around, going nowhere. Or we feel that our partner is dismissive of what we are trying to say — that he or she really doesn’t care. When we care deeply for another human being, we are our most vulnerable – and also our most human. We make mistakes. We say what we don’t mean. We don’t say what we do mean. We retreat. We attack.
Wasatch Family Therapy’s executive director, Julie Hanks, LCSW was honored this week on the University of Utah’s alumni honor roll. Recognized for her professional accomplishments, the alumni association acknowledges Julie’s accomplishments as a top Social Healthmaker in Mental Health by Dr. Oz’s Sharecare, author of The Burnout Cure, and business owner of Wasatch Family Therapy, and PhD student in Marriage and Family Therapy at University of Louisiana Monroe
The mommy wars seem to be exploding on social media these days. Women judging and criticizing each other and choices to work or stay at home. Clair Mellenthin and the Fresh Living team discuss ending the Mommy Wars.