Month: August 2018

8 Unique Ways to Practice Self-Care - Cluff Counseling - Lewisville Therapist

8 Unique Ways to Practice Self-care

“Self-care is something that refuels us, rather than takes from us.” -Agnes Wainman In June I posted on “Mental Hygiene”, which was really a fun, new way to discuss mindfulness and self-care. I based my post off of a Podcast I heard from from Jody Moore that put a whole new spin on the concept

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EMDR - Cluff Counseling - Lewisville Therapist

Healing From Trauma: A Newer Treatment

With over 500 kinds of psychotherapy available today, one relatively new kid on the block has been widely heralded by the media, practitioners and mental health consumers. More than 60,000 trained clinicians believe in the power of EMDR–Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing–including me! Just a few months ago, in June, I posted on my blog

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Love Languages - Giving and Receiving Love - Cluff Counseling - North Texas Therapist

Love Languages: Giving and Receiving Love

“Our most basic emotional need is not to fall in love but to be genuinely loved by another, to know a love that grows out of reason and choice, not instinct. I need to be loved by someone who chooses to love me, who sees in me something worth loving.” -Dr. Gary Chapman For the

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How to Talk to Your Child About Porn, Part II - Cluff Counseling - Lewisville Therapist

How to Talk to Your Child About Porn, Part II

No parent wants to talk with their children about pornography. It can seem overwhelming, uncomfortable, and maybe unnecessarily early–depending on the age of your child. While there may be validity to all those feelings, I urge you to communicate openly, honestly, and early with your child about the fallacies and dangers of pornography… before they

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