What is your core conflictual relationship theme? Uncovering the meaning behind your relationship patterns Most of us pick up specific patterns of relating to others
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Growth thru Change was awarded Best of Yardley for Providing Psychological Health and Behavioral Health Services for the last three years!
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Now, hear from Dr. Sophia Brandstetter about the treatments and services Growth Thru Change offers, as well as the steps we are taking to advance and grow! You can also learn more about her and our other therapists on our staff page.
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It can be hard to tell when you need behavioral health or psychological health intervention
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There are moments in life when we know we need to drastically shift our course in order to do what truly brings us happiness. While these moments are sometimes anxiety provoking, they prompt us to question, evolve, and finally become who we were meant to be. Your choices are the biggest factor in how you lead your life. To change your choices, you must first change the way you think about yourself and your behavioral health. Promoting a positive self-image is key to healing. Working through early childhood experiences will create an understanding of how family dynamics and relationships impact your view of yourself, others, and the world around you. This new understanding will create new patterns of behavior that will bring you to levels of success and happiness that result in becoming who you were meant to be. Through self-discovery, you will be empowered to make informed decisions about your path ahead.
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We’ve all heard of the “butterfly effect,” thanks in no small part to the 2004 film of the same name. The idea goes something like
Mentalization is a term that has been used in psychology since the late 1960’s. Mentalization is the ability to observe and communicate the mental state
The role of play in human development and psychotherapy “Enough playing around!”“Playtime’s over!” “Stop playing and pay attention.” As a child therapist, I hear these