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One Small Change: The Power of Words (part 2)

“I feel invisible.”   “He is not the man I married.”  “We don’t do that, now do we?” “She thinks she knows me, but she doesn’t” In my work with couples and families,  I like to encourage partners or family

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Anger Management, and Addiction Recovery Groups

Reaching out for help with anger and addiction can be a difficult first step. Our anger and recovery groups meet in our private therapy offices and are facilitated by marriage family therapist interns and counselors who offer a more integrated and personal group experience.

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Acknowleging Introvert Traits Can Help You Enjoy Parties More

Disregard the label of introvert/extrovert. This little video has some great tips for everyone when it comes to navigating the stresses of the party season.

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Taming our Monsters: Belly Breathing

“I can’t help it.  I just get so __________”  (Fill in the blank…angry, anxious, worried, scared,  sick, confused…) Belly breathing is an effective way help your body to return to a less aroused state.   Because breathing is one part of the sympathetic nervous system

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Solution Focused Therapy: Learn the Basics

Learn and practice Solution Focused Questions: Change is constant and inevitable. These questions can help change move in positive directions

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Lasting Results from Short Term Therapy

Therapy does not have to be long! Relationship difficulties, work stress, difficulties with children, anxiety, depression, abuse, addiction can seem overwhelming and insurmountable.  It is reasonable to believe that,   given the amount of energy spent trying to find relief

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Will I Ever Be Able to (or want to) Forgive?

Forgiveness can be messy, it is a process. It involves healing of brokenness; it involves words, actions, and emotions. It is rarely an all or nothing affair, and it can be easy to question if you will ever move towards forgiveness.

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Help My Cell Phone is Taking Over My Life; Using Solution Focused Techniques to Find My Balance

      As I look at the leader board on “Words with Friends” and gloat over my high scores, I start to wonder if my phone use is becoming excessive. Rather than focusing on the problem, trivializing the problem, or shoulding myself;

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Ramona Taylor, M.A. LMFT a Clinical Fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (LMFT97652)

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embrace 1Many people are surprised to find that they begin to notice positive changes from the moment they make their appointment. As a Marriage & Family Therapist registered intern, I pull from a wide range of treatment modalities to create a treatment plan that will benefit each individual client. As former teacher I carry with me the desire to teach myself out of a job. So, along with effective individualized treatment, I make it my goal to teach clients to use what they learn in session, where it counts: in their everyday lives.   I see couples, families, children, young adults and teens. I have varied hours of availability, including late afternoons, early mornings at The Inland Integrated Wellness Center. Our office is located in the historic district of Corona about 1 mile South of the 91FWY :
817 West Grand Blvd (map)
at the Inland Integrated Wellness Center.
Please feel free to view the pages of my website or call the office toll free at
(888) 634-6999 ext 16 if you would like more information or would like to start therapy.
Often same day appointments are available so why wait healing can start today!

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