For better or worse, relationships with marriage, family and self affect us tremendously. When relationships go wrong, feelings of distress and disconnection can become overwhelming.
Symptoms of relationship disconnection are:
- Poor concentration
- Poor eating habits
- Other destructive behaviors
You may despair and doubt that relief is possible. But you can feel better again.
My life experience and education make it possible for me to make this statement with confidence.
I have written over 60 articles published on this blog to help you navigate through emotional health issues. Please feel free to browse read and share any thing of interest to you. I have an index compiled by subject here.
In my counseling practice I enjoy helping clients find solutions to these overwhelming feelings. Together we find new strategies to more effectively deal with problems.
I work with youth, adults, and couples suffering from substance abuse, domestic violence, pornography addiction, ADHD, as well as with parents who need new strategies for disciplining their children.
Often the process of finding solutions involves using a “strength perspective” with a Cognitive Therapy base. Therapy is a collaborative effort in which the client identifies personal strengths from previous experiences and we apply them to the current situation. In addition to “strength perspective” therapy. My training includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, the Twelve-Step Program, Positive Discipline and Emotionally Focused Therapy.
I am also available for speaking engagements. Please feel free to browse my web site.
I am Camille Curtis Foster and I believe in fostering relationships. So if you are considering a change, take a step in the direction of change and give me a call.
Camille Curtis Foster, LCSW
Provo Counseling Center/ 801.472.7134/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Another Blog article on strength perspective: http://utahmentalhealthservices.com/you-are-stronger-than-you-know/
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