**Note: This article was written and posted prior to the death of George Floyd and in no way pertains to appropriate justice for that his...
by Kathy | Apr 29, 2020
Rewriting history is when someone recounts certain events, but they spin or twist the facts around usually so that they are the victim of the story instead of having any fault in...
Navigating Family Time During Quarantine
by Kathy | Mar 27, 2020
Counselor and Co-Owner, Christy Aloisio, RN, LCSW, talks about how to adjust to increased family time....
Emotionally Surviving The Coronavirus
by Kathy | Mar 19, 2020
Taming The Abandonment Beast
by Kathy | Dec 17, 2019
If you have abandonment, you know there is quite an art to taming the abandonment beast. It is a force to be reckoned with, for sure, and needs to be tamed in order to have a...
How To Keep Your Power When Arguing
by Kathy | Sep 20, 2019
Kathy Henry's video on how to keep your power when arguing. This simple trick can help you keep the upper hand when arguing or fighting with your partner or spouse!...
5 Things I’ve Learned Since My Divorce
by Kathy | May 29, 2019
I was recently pondering 5 things I’ve learned since my divorce. I don’t take divorce lightly and trust me, I agonized hard in making the decision, but if divorce is something...
Is It Too Late For Marriage Counseling?
by Kathy | Nov 28, 2017
Someone asked me recently if, by the time a couple seeks marriage counseling, is it already too late? Excellent question! Let me make 2 points in answering this question . . ....
The Biggest Problems With Communication
by Kathy | Oct 31, 2017
“The single biggest problem with communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” Wow! Did George Bernard Shaw really hit the nail on the head with this quote! Couples...
Fix This To Fix Your Abandonment
by Kathy | Sep 19, 2017
Want to know a huge factor in healing your abandonment? It is a very important building block in our overall development and if you suffer from abandonment, you also suffer from...
The Biggest Battle You’ll Ever Face
by Kathy | Jun 1, 2017
Do you want to know what is the biggest battle we see going on within our counseling walls? Consistently threading through each and every client that walks through our doors, I...
The Last Thing She Needs To Hear When She’s Angry
by Kathy | May 15, 2017
She’s going to get angry. There’s no possible way you can spend the rest of your life with someone and not have them get angry at you at some point. It is hard to join our lives...
The Curse Of The “Strong Woman”
by Kathy | Mar 20, 2017
What’s the problem with being a strong woman? We are tough. We are capable. We endure. We drive ourselves hard. We get crap done! We are the envy of others while we breeze...
Humility is Sexy
by Kathy | Feb 1, 2017
Humility is just absolutely essential for good healthy relationships. It brings us closer, connects us on a deep emotional level, and transcends our relationships to new heights....
The Pain Of Projection
by Kathy | Dec 14, 2016
I recently got a vivid reminder of the power - and pain - of projection. Projection is when you project your worst beliefs or fears about yourself onto someone else and believe...
Sometimes Intimacy Hurts
by Kathy | Sep 20, 2016
Today I would like to discuss one of the finer points of intimacy. There is a mis-conception I’d like to take a swing at clearing up, about what intimacy actually is and how to...
by Kathy | Jun 20, 2016
It’s normal to feel frustrated, stuck in a pattern, or unhappy with life circumstances. It’s also normal to know what causes frustration, irritation, and disappointment. The...
The Best Counselor Your Kids Will Ever Have
by Kathy | Jun 9, 2016
Want to know who is the best counselor your kids will ever have? Surprisingly, they may not have any formal training, experience, or even a degree! I always tell my clients “The...
10 Signs You Have Abandonment Issues
by Kathy | Mar 23, 2016
Abandonment issues? Wondering for sure if you have them or not? You don’t have to have been left in a basket on a church doorstep in order to have abandonment issues. I myself...
What Is Your Anger Pointing To?
by Kathy | Jan 31, 2016
What is your anger pointing to? This is such a difficult, but oh so important question because most of us think we know the answer. And when we “ know” the answer, we naturally...