“I’m sorry” is adequate for some situations. “I’m sorry” can be a simple way to acknowledge that something you said or did had a negative impact on someone else. The problem with a two-word apology is that it’s vague. It can mean many things. Your partner may have no clue what or if you are feeling… Read more
One of the first things that will help improve the effectiveness of EFT therapy is to focus on catching yourself in your cycle with your partner. It is much easier to catch your partner in the cycle and call them out. However, most of the time calling out our partner just ends up pulling the… Read more
Ready to start your journey to creating relationships that last?
The first step toward scheduling an appointment with Kim or Dennis is to contact our new client care team at Navigate Family Therapy. Call our care team at Navigate or use the button below to submit a new client inquiry form on Navigate’s site.
If our schedules are full, consider scheduling with a therapists Dennis supervises or another Navigate Clinician.