I Need A Better Relationship With My In-Laws
How to Have a Better Relationship with Your In-Laws A tale as old as time: The relationship with your in-laws and learning how to navigate it. If you have a great relationship with your in-laws, it is very likely that your
Getting On The Same Page with Raising Children
Get a Better Co-Parenting Relationship Parenting is the most difficult thing anybody can go through, especially when it comes to co-parenting with someone else. Whether you are co-parenting with your current spouse or partner or an ex, parenting is difficult on
Sibling Relationships and Your Adult Life
Sibling Relationships: How They Shape You Are you a brother or a sister? How many siblings do you have? Believe it or not, the number of siblings you have, your birth order, and how you interact with your siblings will affect
How Your Relationship With Your Mom Impacts You
Improving the Relationship with Your Mom How is your relationship with your Mom? If your answer is something along the lines of “wish it were better,” or even worse, you are not alone. About 10 percent of Americans are estranged from
Awareness Integration therapy with Couples: Happily Ever After!
This report addresses the multidimensional topic of love to lay a foundation leading to an investigation designed to explore the trustworthiness of Awareness Integration Therapy (AIT) as a credible approach to couples therapy.
Awareness Integration Theory Case Report: Therapeutic Intervention for Anxiety and Depression in a Transexual Male College Student
AIT has been found to successfully reduced anxiety symptoms in clients diagnosed with generalized anxiety and other disorders. One clinical psychotherapist’s case report about a 19-year-old Caucasian transexual male college student with above-average intelligence is presented. Client had previously been
Awareness Integration: A Non-Invasive Recovery Methodology in Reducing College Students’ Anxiety, Depression, and Stress
The purpose of this study is to further understand and mitigate stress and anxiety among college students in addition to finding new evidence based approach to address the source of these stressors. College students, predominantly freshmen are subject to stress
Ways to Improve the Relationship with Your Parents
Improving the Relationship with Your Parents Parent/child relationships can be one of the most complicated relationships one can have in their lifetime. While some relationships between parent and child can be filled with stress, misunderstanding, and crossing boundaries, they can also