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The Center for Relationship and Sexual Health (CRSH) in Royal Oak, MI is dedicated to improving the lives of its clients through counseling and therapies specifically tailored to the individual and couple’s needs. Experienced, professional and caring therapists at CRSH are dedicated to teaching and empowering people to understand, improve, and take responsibility for their own relationships, communications, intimacy and sexual satisfaction. Areas of expertise include individual and couple counseling; intimacy, communication & sexual relationship issues; loss of sexual desire, painful intercourse; sexual & arousal difficulties; out-of-control sexual behaviors; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues; difficulties following childhood abuse; anxiety and depression; and more. Live happier. (re)Discover Intimacy & Passionate Sex.LEARN MORE
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Licensed Master level Clinical Social Worker specializing in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Family Systems Therapy.
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Licensed Clinical Social Worker with extensive experience counseling individuals, couples, families and adolescents.
Compassion Fatigue: Self-Care is Not Optional Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm$50, includes refreshments 3.0 CE Clock Hours for MICEC (SW), MCBAP (RELATED), NBCC CRSH - 25600 Woodward Ave., Suite 215, Royal Oak, MI 48067Presenter: Paula Kirsch, LLMSW To register or for questions, please contact Stephanie at email@example.com or 248-933-2673. Visit www.corelearninginc.com anytime to register using the online store.Learn more DOWNLOAD PDF FLYER
Navigating High-Conflict Divorce Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm $50, includes refreshments 3.0 CE Clock Hours for MICEC (SW), MCBAP (RELATED), NBCC CRSH- 25600 Woodward Ave., Suite 215, Royal Oak, MI 48067Presenter: R. Shelly Loomus, JD, MSW***To read Shelly's article, click here.***The divorce rate in America continues to hover at 50%. Of those, 25% are defined as high-conflict, meaning the parties continue litigating and fighting three or more years after the judgment of divorce has been entered. Studies overwhelmingly confirm that it is the conflict, not the divorce itself that is most damaging to children. Yet parent education has failed this cohort. That is because as many as 60% of people involved in a high-conflict divo...Learn more
Sunday, February 21, 2016 from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm $50, includes refreshments 3.0 CE Clock Hours for MICEC (SW), MCBAP (RELATED), NBCC CRSH - 25600 Woodward Ave., Suite 215, Royal Oak, MI 48067Presenter: Nicholas Zielke, LLMSWThe presenters will help participants build capacity for therapists working with people from transgender and gender diverse clients with empathy, understanding, and the latest cutting-edge clinical information. This course will address terminology, gender-identity sensitivity, the Genderbread Person, The Transgender Umbrella, Timeline of Gender Transition, Stages of Coming-Out, Effectively Communicating with Your Transgender Clients, Stages of Working with Parents of Transgender Clients, Accepting Parents, Non-Accepting Parents, Correlation Between Asperg...Learn more
April 9 & 10, 2016 Sat 9:30am to 9pmSun 9:30am to 6pmCost: $750 per couple ($700 per couple if registered by April 2, 2016)Location: Joe Kort and Associates: 25600 Woodward Ave, Suite 215, Royal Oak, MI 48067Limited to 10 couples. Pre-registration is required.Your participation will give you: New communication skills that break destructive cycles of relating. Greater compassion and understanding of yourself and your partner An understanding that the unconscious forces that attract you to your partner are also the source of conflict Awareness of how to use your relationship for mutual healing and fulfillment Ideas for re-establishing the excitement and connection of your early time together “I forgot how much we used to laugh”. ParticipantThe workshop i...Learn more DOWNLOAD PDF FLYER