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Letting your Teen Struggle

Written by Matt Dunatchik, LPCC Raising teenagers can be both a spectacular experience and a horrendous experience.  Teens are difficult.  They can be moody, withdrawn, closed, and defiant.  They can also be charming, open, funny, and inspiring.  Having the patience to raise a teenager will help them thrive and grow so they can learn more … Continue reading Letting your Teen Struggle

All Change is Incremental…

...and sometimes change is large, noisy, aggressive, and intense.  This is something we have all dealt with lately in our Gestalt community here in Columbus.  Losing our leader, mentor, trainer, supervisor, and friend, Norman Shub, left a large gap in our hearts.  It also threw us into a tailspin of organizing for the future while … Continue reading All Change is Incremental…

From Band Aids to Foundational Change: The Power of Gestalt Therapy

By Stacy Ingraham, MSEd., LPCC-S I am often asked why I decided to invest in learning and practicing Gestalt therapy, after utilizing other popular counseling techniques for several years as a clinician. My quick answer - I didn’t want to put “band aids” on my client’s symptoms of anxiety, depression, and other struggles anymore. Instead, … Continue reading From Band Aids to Foundational Change: The Power of Gestalt Therapy

Caring and Taking Responsibility: How often do you cross the line?

By Stacy Ingraham, MSEd., LPCC-S Do you have an innate desire to help others be happy and fix their pain? Are you a nurturer and enjoy taking care of others? When you see a loved one struggling, do you work harder than they do to find a solution? If you answered yes to any of … Continue reading Caring and Taking Responsibility: How often do you cross the line?