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why you are still single and lonely too. 1.You are still stuck on your Ex. 2.Fear of getting heartbroken again. 5.You are too choosy. I totally agree

Why You're Still Single and Lonely

why you are still single and lonely too. 1.You are still stuck on your Ex. 2.Fear of getting heartbroken again. 5.You are too choosy. I totally agree

1) 15-20 minutes for activity, 10+ min for discussion  2) contraindications- participants must be willing, verbal, have a level of self-awareness 3)To increase communication skills related to relationships in order to increase client skill in interpersonal relationships necessary for success in work duties

Fun and Engaging Listening Games for Adults

1) 15-20 minutes for activity, 10+ min for discussion 2) contraindications- participants must be willing, verbal, have a level of self-awareness 3)To increase communication skills related to relationships in order to increase client skill in interpersonal relationships necessary for success in work duties

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The Guide to Setting Healthy Boundaries

Trust Building Exercises for Couples in Relationships  1) Length of time to complete- 10 min for activity, 5-10 for discussion  2) Contraindications- both participants must be willing and cognitively aware, for trust falls check for gross motor skills to be intact enough to safely catch partner 3) OT goals- to increase clients' interpersonal relationship in order to increase performance in daily life skills (work, leisure, IADL's, ADL's, ect.)

Trust Building Exercises for Couples in Relationships

Trust Building Exercises for Couples in Relationships 1) Length of time to complete- 10 min for activity, 5-10 for discussion 2) Contraindications- both participants must be willing and cognitively aware, for trust falls check for gross motor skills to be intact enough to safely catch partner 3) OT goals- to increase clients' interpersonal relationship in order to increase performance in daily life skills (work, leisure, IADL's, ADL's, ect.)

Dr. John Gottman's advice on raising an "emotionally intelligent" child. What are the five elements of emotion coaching? 1. Be aware of a child's emotions. 2. Recognize emotional expression as an opportunity for intimacy and teaching. 3. Listen empathetically and validate a child's feelings 4. Label emotions in words a child can understand. 5. Help a child come up with an appropriate way to solve a problem or deal with an upsetting issue or situation

Dr. John Gottman's advice on raising an "emotionally intelligent" child. What are the five elements of emotion coaching? 1. Be aware of a child's emotions. 2. Recognize emotional expression as an opportunity for intimacy and teaching. 3. Listen empathetically and validate a child's feelings 4. Label emotions in words a child can understand. 5. Help a child come up with an appropriate way to solve a problem or deal with an upsetting issue or situation

THE TRUTH BEHIND MYTHS EVERY DRINKER BELIEVED.  Alcohol abuse, which can easily lead to alcoholism, is a dangerous pattern of drinking that often results in disastrous consequences when it comes to one’s health, interpersonal relationships, or ability to work. Get TREATMENT and get SOBER at recoverysteps.com CALL US: (844)-331-2770 Follow:https://www.pinterest.com/RecoverySteps/

THE TRUTH BEHIND MYTHS EVERY DRINKER BELIEVED. Alcohol abuse, which can easily lead to alcoholism, is a dangerous pattern of drinking that often results in disastrous consequences when it comes to one’s health, interpersonal relationships, or ability to work. Get TREATMENT and get SOBER at recoverysteps.com CALL US: (844)-331-2770 Follow:https://www.pinterest.com/RecoverySteps/

Robin Zoeller Pullman, Psy.D., CADC Licensed Clinical Psychologist _________________________________ Specialties: Depression, Anxiety, Alcoholism/Addiction, Process Addictions, Dual Diagnosis, Co-Dependency, Anger Management, Interpersonal Relationship Difficulties, Personality Disorders, Trauma, Marital/Couple Counseling, Work-place Functioning, Aging, Grief/Loss, Military Family, and Eating Disordered Behavior

Robin Zoeller Pullman, Psy.D., CADC Licensed Clinical Psychologist _________________________________ Specialties: Depression, Anxiety, Alcoholism/Addiction, Process Addictions, Dual Diagnosis, Co-Dependency, Anger Management, Interpersonal Relationship Difficulties, Personality Disorders, Trauma, Marital/Couple Counseling, Work-place Functioning, Aging, Grief/Loss, Military Family, and Eating Disordered Behavior

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