Category: Therapists

Caralee Frederic

Should I Stay, or Should I Go Now?

Ambivalence in Marriage? Call in: Discernment Counseling By Caralee Frederic LCSW Tom is unsure whether his marriage will make it or not. He’s had an affair, he feels guilty, but he also feels some relief and uncertainty about whether he wants to work to make

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Colorado couples retreat

The Topic that Shall Not be Named

By Kara Facundo LPC Are there things in your relationship that you just don’t talk about, like a certain Harry Potter character who shall not be named? It’s too threatening, too antagonistic, too scary to be mentioned. Maybe even the slightest hint of that topic

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Couples intensive Therapy
Colorado couples workshop

Quickly Get Out of the Storm with a Couples Intensive

By Kara Facundo LPC Wouldn’t it be helpful if relationships had something in place like an emergency broadcasting system? Something that sent out a loud siren alerting us to surrounding danger? You and your partner could immediately stop what you were doing and focus on

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Amanda Linan

Navigating Financial Conversations

By Amanda Linan LCSW, CST As inflation continues to rise and holidays approach, many couples are feeling the stress of finances in their relationship. Money is a difficult topic for many couples in the best of circumstances, so adding additional stressors can make it feel

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couples therapy

Couple’s Intensive Therapy Explained

By Kara Facundo LPC Have you ever been working with a couples therapist, and built up your courage to bring something up to your partner, only to run out of time before coming to any type of resolution? This can be frustrating and disheartening for

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Trauma is a Landmine

By Amanda Linan LCSW, CST When working with couples, I often find myself trying to explain the importance of doing some sort of trauma work when there is trauma present for one or both individuals. Trauma is like a landmine. Imagine this: You buy a

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Finding Time in the Chaos

By Amanda Linan LCSW, CST The start of the school year brings up a really challenging time for couples that often continues through the holidays: how to find time for all of the things you want to do among all the chaos. I doubt anyone

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betrayal

The Unseen Wounds of Betrayal Trauma

By Kara Facundo LPC These days, the word “trauma” has become commonplace, often describing any number of minor discomforts. As a result, the notion of being traumatized by a partner’s betrayal might seem like an exaggeration, minimizing the validity of this life altering reality for

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