Do you want to fix your relationships, improve your emotional connections, and find long-term happiness? Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) might be the solution you’ve been searching for. In this article, we’ll explore who EFT is for, why you should consider trying it, and how a therapist at Be Well Therapy Group might implement it during […]

Fix Your Relationships With EFT

If Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) sounds familiar to you, but you aren’t exactly sure how it works, then you’ve come to the right place. EFT is a highly effective and evidence-based approach to couples and individual therapy that focuses on understanding and healing emotional bonds. Developed by Dr. Sue Johnson in the 1980s, EFT has […]

Exploring Emotionally Focused Therapy: Healing Through Connection

Understanding Avoidant Attachment Human beings are innately social creatures. We thrive on connection and relationships, and these connections are deeply ingrained in our biology. Attachment theory, initially developed by psychologist Mary Ainsworth, offers valuable insights into how our early relationships with caregivers shape our adult attachment styles. These attachment styles can significantly impact our ability […]

How to Develop Secure Attachment: Overcoming Avoidant Attachment Style

When it comes to dating and marriage, we often hear about the butterflies and the fireworks, but rarely do we hear about the ick in a long term relationship. But what about the moments when something feels off? Something inexplicable that sends shivers down your spine and makes you question everything? Ah yes, I’m talking […]

The Ick in a Long Term Relationship: What is it and How to Overcome

This past weekend I attended an incredibly joyous wedding. The happy couple was surrounded by family and friends. The rain had held off while the sun shined, and laughter, and smiles filled the wedding hall. The most heart-warming moment, was easily when the brides exchanged vows. The newlyweds did something that was incredibly thoughtful, and […]

Noticing The Heart Of Security: Healthy Attachment

By: Del Thompson There are many skills that almost everyone finds themselves working on at some point in our lives, such as boundaries. But what are boundaries? Why do we struggle with creating and responding to boundaries? There is nothing inherently wrong with a boundary, in fact, boundaries are often the tool we need in […]

The Joys Of Boundaries

Many people have heard of post-traumatic stress disorder, a mental health condition that is the result of an acute traumatic event taking place. Common examples of traumas that can result in PTSD include military service, sexual or physical assault, a car accident or an extreme natural disaster. In most cases, PTSD stems from a single […]

What is Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, How is it Different From PTSD and How Can It Affect Your Relationships?

When I notice the content of what much of our world suggests for self care, we don’t usually discuss either the political self or the possible therapeutic benefits of political action. These topics often include exercise, nutrition, unplugging from technology, engaging in spirituality, and spending time with loved ones. Often, self-care can involve disengaging from […]

The Political Self: The Possible Therapeutic Benefits of Political Action

Relationships play a crucial role in our emotional well-being. And for those with an anxious attachment style, they can feel like a source of constant worry and insecurity. Usually developed during childhood, having an anxious attachment style can feel challenging . But the good news is, there are ways to soothe and manage it. By […]

How To Self-Soothe and Heal Anxious Attachment

Is relational happiness reality minus expectations? Have you ever watched that seen from the the movie, 500 Days Of Summer, where Joseph Gordon Levitt, can’t wait to meet his ex, Zoey Deschanel at a party she’s hosting? He thinks that the meeting will go one way; they will immediately reconnect and realize that they are […]

Is Relational Happiness Reality Minus Expectations?

As a clinical social worker and therapist, I spend a lot of time speaking with individuals and couples teaching them how to feel their feelings. They are a critical piece of how we make positive change and move through life’s challenges. Emotions also offer us critical information about our needs, boundaries, relationships, and the world […]

This 3-Step Process Will Help You Feel Your Feelings

This time of year can be stressful for so many of us. We are tested on knowing what our boundaries are and how to stay true to our needs. Some of us are not partnered and that’s okay; even though as humans living in a modern society, we are bombarded with images and messages which […]

How To Get Through The Holidays Single