Creative Solutions Therapy: Parenting Tip: The Airplane Metaphor There's a metaphor I have used for years in practicing therapy with families. Specifically, re: self nurturing in parents. I call that metaphor, "The Airplane Metaphor." It's been a while since my school and/or intern days, so I can't even remember where I got it from, or what theories came together to word it so well, but I do know this - it gets the point across every time...To read more visit…
I was recently featured in an article for Woman's Day magazine online! Check it out. Good info for relationships Creative Solutions Therapy: Feature in Article for Woman's Day Magazine - "9 Things You Should Never Ask of Your Husband"
When experiencing any of the ups and downs in life, a resource that provides a place to sort out your thoughts and feelings, lets you know you are not alone, helps you cope in a healthy way, and jump-starts long-term change is priceless. Therapy is much more than a decision you make when you have run out of options; it can be your first go-to when trying to deal with everyday challenges in life and love.
Understanding Ambiguous Loss < factsheet from MN Adopt defines ambiguous loss; explains how it affects adopted children, birth family members, and adoptive parents; and provides suggestions for helping children manage feelings of ambiguous loss