Manage Conflict Better Today With The UB Guide to Conflict Resolution – By Joyce Marter, LCPC

What Defines Conflict? The struggle between incompatible impulses, desires or principles. Myths About Conflict Harmony is normal and conflict is abnormal. There is only one right way to handle conflict. Good people don’t have disagreements. There is no conflict in healthy relationships. In conflict, somebody…

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Considering Couples Counseling?

  All couples can benefit from therapy or counseling to reduce stress, conflict, negative interaction, and improve relationship strengths as well as increase intimacy and happiness. It is a common misconception that seeking couples therapy means your relationship has serious problems or is doomed. All…

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Divorce Counseling: A Tool for a Successful Post-Divorce Life – By Dr. Deborah Hecker, Psychotherapist Specializing in Divorce Counseling

Going through divorce alone certainly doesn’t provide any benefits, and trying to heal in isolation often prolongs the process and can increase depression and anxiety. People can and do handle divorce alone, but just as you wouldn’t undertake a cross-country road trip without GPS, divorce…

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Judges Say Litigants Are Increasingly Going Pro Se—at Their Own Peril – Posted on the American Bar Association Website

A survey of nearly 1,200 state trial judges around the country indicates that the weak economy has increased the number of litigants representing themselves in foreclosures, domestic relations, consumer issues and non-foreclosure housing matters; and the judges say litigants are doing a poor job as…

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