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How do you apologize after you get angry?

October 1st, 2019

Saying your sorry after you get angry is the first step toward anger management. Whether you went into a full rage or just lost your lid, the first step is apologizing. If you have a real history of being angry and being out of control the recipient is probably tired of your apologies. If this […]

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Can I change my partner?

September 30th, 2019

Despite most people knowing they can’t change their partner, people still spend a great deal of effort trying to change them. One of the common dynamics presented in therapy is one partner being very extroverted meaning they love being around others in addition to their partner. They want to go to parties, dinner parties, and […]

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How do you tell your children about divorce?

September 28th, 2019

  People often avoid divorcing and ending a damaging marriage or relationship for many years for fear of the impact the separation and divorce will have on the children. Know that most kids seem to manage divorce as long as the parents manage their conflict between the other. Managing conflict is key and is what […]

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High Conflict Parenting Course

September 20th, 2019

High Conflict Co-Parenting Online Certificate Course Are you divorced or separated with children? Do you need assistance with communicating with your former spouse about your children, the time sharing schedule, school and sporting events, and doctors’ appointments? Our course can assist you with these concerns as well as how to talk to your coparent regarding […]

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Do I Have An Anger Problem?

September 20th, 2019

Do I Have An Anger Problem If your general state of mind is feeling irritable and agitated all the time and you are always stressed or you have long periods of calmness but then are rapidly triggered with significant episodes of losing control then  you may need help with anger management. Luckily, D’Arienzo Psychology has […]

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Is Your Child Having Problems at School?

September 18th, 2019

Problems at school can come in many forms from difficulty paying attention, to maintaining motivation, and to having learning challenges. Parents often seek help after months and sometimes years of challenging behavior that seem to add up or when a significant event happens at school. Fortunately, you have a great resource in the community. Nicole […]

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Do we need premarital counseling?

September 18th, 2019

Well, if you are looking at this video and wondering if you need premarital counseling, you probably do. If your partner continues to communicate with a a former partner by text, phone, email, or in person or if you both have not discussed your financial expectations or you are having trouble communicating about financial decisions […]

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Florida Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course

September 6th, 2019

If you are a parent of at least one minor child in the state of Florida and you are divorcing, then you have to take a Florida Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course. Why not take the course from a forensic and board certified clinical psychologist involved in family law matters, custody, and expert testimony […]

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Anger Management Expert and Online Help

September 3rd, 2019

We get it. Having an anger problem can be shameful and embarrassing but can have lasting consequences. Finding the right expert to help you is crucial. The problem with getting assistance for anger is that often is seems like it is under control so one procrastinates in addressing the problem. Anger often comes in waves […]

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Tennessee Premarital Preparation Online Course

September 3rd, 2019

Are you a Tennessee resident or are you getting married in Tennessee and you want to save $60 on your Tennessee marriage license. Well, with our notarized certificate following the completion of our four our Tennessee Premarital Course, you can do just that. Dr. D’Arienzo is a recognized minister in the state of Tennessee. With […]

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