African Americans distrust the mental health system … how can we fix this? What happens in an African American household, stays inside that home. Problems often are swept under the rug and definitely not discussed in public or with a therapist. No one airs their dirty laundry to an outsider. By doing so, African [...]
By Darcia Miller|2021-04-29T16:27:45+00:00April 29th, 2021|Categories: Individual Counseling|Comments Off on African Americans distrust the mental health system … how can we fix this?
Do you feel you’re losing control over your life and don’t know where to turn? Hi. I’m Dr. Joe Kort, psychotherapist and clinical director of The Center for Relationship and Sexual Health in Royal Oak, Michigan. Our robust team of highly educated and certified therapists are ready to help you find a healthy solution to get your life back on [...]
Everyone wins with a parenting plan Conflict is natural in a divorce, but what happens to the kids in the midst of a brutal divorce battle? Parents are so fixated on “winning” the fight while their children stand on the sidelines confused, frightened and worried. Child-centered mediation can be a win for everyone. As [...]
Life in the single lane during a pandemic… it can be pretty lonely We all have our bouts of loneliness, but none of us have experienced almost a full year of isolation. Now think about single individuals living alone day after day, week after week, month after month during this pandemic. We worry about [...]
By Darcia Miller|2021-03-03T02:20:23+00:00February 18th, 2021|Categories: Individual Counseling|Comments Off on Life in the single lane during a pandemic … it can be pretty lonely
COVID: possibly the most difficult struggle yet for teens I have worked with adolescents and teens for several years; in fact, it is one of my areas of specialization. Never before have I seen teens struggling as much as they are now in the midst of COVID. For almost a year, they’ve been trying [...]
By Laura Feeney|2020-12-29T16:24:55+00:00December 29th, 2020|Categories: Individual Counseling|Comments Off on COVID: possibly the most difficult struggle yet for teens
Virtual learning – highly effective or a complete disaster? As a result of COVID, more than 1.2 billion children across the world are not in the classroom. Traditional learning inside a school has left us for now, and everyone is trying to adjust to this new method of education. For some, the news is [...]
By Sarah Scales|2020-12-29T16:02:59+00:00December 23rd, 2020|Categories: Individual Counseling|Comments Off on Virtual learning – highly effective or a complete disaster?