Tag Archives: Couples counseling

The Institution of Marriage

by Jason M. Karampatsos, Ph.D. Recently, a good friend shared an article that was published in the New York edition of the New York Times that was later reposted online and appears on the New York Time’s website. The article … Continue reading

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It all starts with perspective

by Jason M. Karampatsos, PhD Our perspectives are the objective, rational observations of objects or events. Our perspectives are the literal point of view from where we are standing. Our perceptions are the subjective interpretation of those observations. Our perspectives … Continue reading

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Why Summer is a Great Time for Counseling

While mental health and other social/behavioral issues can challenge lives all throughout the year, many make the excuse that they do not have time for counseling or other treatment options. Fortunately, as we celebrate the beginning of summer this June, … Continue reading

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How to Prepare for Effective Marriage Counseling

There is often a negative stigma attached to seeking counseling services, especially marital counseling that requires full participation from each spouse. Unfortunately, our culture has deemed “getting help” as a weakness that must be swept under the rug, causing married … Continue reading

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