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Healing for Couples when one partner is diagnosed with ptsd-7 Strategies for Success

Loving someone diagnosed with ptsd is challenging. These seven strategies can help. 1-When your loved one is diagnosed with ptsd, read about the symptoms to understand how these effect every day life. Knowledge is power. Understanding leads to compassion. It … Continue reading

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The “art” of navigating family transitions

Every family struggles at one time or another. Whether it be a death, divorce, birth,illness, marriage or, moving overseas, no family is immune to events within the lifecycle. As the family system stretches and evolves, some family members embracechange, others … Continue reading

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What is Happening to our Daughters?

In October 2013, I set out to work as an art therapist with families in transition from arestored barn on my property in Kemptville. I expected mostly middle-aged women whowere overworked, stressed, overwhelmed and at some crossroad in their life. … Continue reading

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You, Me and P.T.S.D.

What if every day, on your drive to work, you were at risk of hitting a mine andexploding? How would you cope, knowing that, at any time, your enemy might jump upbeside you, in front of you or behind you? … Continue reading

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