Do you meet your partner’s emotional needs? Oftentimes, we assume that our partner has the same emotional needs that we do. This line of thinking can be detrimental to your partner’s marital satisfaction. Find out how you can meet your partner’s emotional needs and tune up your marriage.
Dr. Justin D’Arienzo is our Board-Certified Clinical and Forensic Psychologist. Recently, Local Jacksonville news stations have featured Dr. D’Arienzo to weigh in on the Tristyn Bailey case. Tristyn Bailey was a 13-year old girl from Jacksonville, Florida that was tragically stabbed to death by a 14-year old boy. Dr. D’Arienzo gives an expert opinion as an forensic professional that is unaffiliated with the case.
This article discusses how two individuals undergoing a divorce can feel similar emotions but adjust to divorce differently. Learn about the different coping styles and resiliency factors that help families manage divorce. This article explains Section 4 of Dr. D’Arienzo’s High-Conflict Co-Parenting Course. Click here to learn more about how we adjust to divorce and our High-Conflict Co-Parenting course.
Each family has some history of dealing with anger. Some families resort to aggression, and others resort to passivity. Your family history impacts how you manage anger as an adult. Click here to find out how your family history impacted your anger.
With the world going virtual due to the global pandemic, there is not a better time to hop on a dating site to make these socially distanced and isolated times feel less lonely. There are an expansive range of dating websites and app options available to people looking for their perfect match; whether it be a casual hookup or a significant date. Not only is there someone for everyone, but there are specific sites for specific partner preferences. No matter who you are or the partner and relationship you’re looking for, Dr. Justin D’Arienzo and his team believes there is a dating website to compensate your desire to connect with others.
Do you want to decrease your anxiety by avoiding enriching life experiences or learning to manage your anxiety? I hope you chose to learn to manage your anxiety! If you don’t address your phobia to sharks, water, or other, the pattern of stimulus-anxiety-avoidance will get stronger. Dr. D’Arienzo and his team have provided exposure and response prevention treatment for individuals suffering from water and shark phobias, driving, highway driving, and bridge driving phobias, dog phobias, choking, germ and plastic phobias.
Dr. D’Arienzo outlines how to be assertive In section 7 of our Level 2 Anger Management Course. Assertiveness is the middle ground between aggression and passivity. Assertiveness is a healthy way to manage conflict. Click here to learn how to be assertive.
Communication is key in a co-parenting relationship. This article outlines section 5 of our Parent and Family Stabilization Course: Communication. Click here if If you want to learn how you can communicate for the well-being of your children.
Dr. D’Arienzo outlines different anger management strategies in Section 3 of our Online Anger Management Course. This section goes over strategies that you can add to your personalized anger management plan. Click here to learn more about our Anger Management Course and how you can control anger.
The COVID-19 Pandemic caused many wedding ceremonies and receptions to be canceled in 2020. The CDC anticipates that there will be an increase in weddings in summer 2021. If you are getting married this summer, D’Arienzo Psychology wants to help you prepare with our Online Premarital Preparation Course. We are approved to offer our course in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Oklahoma, and Minnesota.