The videos I make reflect the varied subjects and issues I address with my clients regularly. I will be producing more of them over time. If there are topics you would like me to cover in future videos, please let me know!
- Yes, they still exist!
- An introduction into the world of cults
- How to define what a cult is
- How to tell if a group, or relationship, is dangerous, manipulative, and cultic
- More videos about cults to follow soon.
- How you can develop real intimacy in your relationship.
- Helping both people see why it’s important.
- Emotional and physical safety are a necessary part of true intimacy.
- Understanding how acceptance is circular – both people need to give it in order to receive it
- Why partners might not be revealing their true selves, true needs and desires, and what it takes to change that.
Siblings of Those with Special Needs
- Can develop unique strengths, insights, wisdom, and sensitivities.
- Can sometimes form conflicted emotions towards their siblings and their parents.
- Have differing and transforming reactions to their sibling as they get older, and have varying degrees of responsibility for that sibling.
- Sometimes need to be given permission to have their own needs, as well, and encouraged to address them.
Over-Exposure to Porn
- This is not a judgment about porn. It is about the effects of over-exposure.
- The psychological and physiological impact of over-exposure.
- How this causes problems with sexual ability and satisfaction.
- The potential for depressed mood, shame and isolation.
- Future videos will explore how to address this with those you love, and what it could mean if your partner retreats to it to a worrisome degree
Hey kids! Look up from your screen for a minute.
- Why looking at someone in the eyes still matters.
- Adults need to model this, even though it’s a challenge for some of them also
- Face to face interaction and it’s connection to emotional intelligence
- Extensive screen time and trouble with picking up on social cues.
Parents: Calm Down when Kids Act Up
- How to ACT rather than REACT
- Be motivated by problem-solving, not punishing.
- Not a time to release your own frustrations and anger
- How to remember your children are still learning.