Working Through Old Fights in Relationships

Working Through Old Fights in Relationships One of the most common struggles couples face is “working through” old fights. It’s not uncommon to hear, “we have the same fight over and over,” or “we just can’t move past it.” The inability to “get passed it” leaves couples to feel hopeless and many times stuck. It’s […]

Communication in Relationships

Communication in Relationships Communication is an art form. Many would even call it a dance. Being able to share your thoughts in a way that is clear, in a way that others can receive, while giving the other person space to process their own thoughts and feelings is an intricate dance that requires effort, time, […]

Stonewalling – Couples

Stonewalling – Couples Counseling by Nadine Greer, Therapist Too often I hear: “We just shut down.”  “They leave the room.”  “It’s like I’m talking to a wall.”  Communication is an art form. Being able to share your point of view or thoughts in a way that others can receive, connects you to them, while simultaneously […]

Overthinking

Overthinking is one of the primary concerns that clients mention in counseling sessions with the counselors at LiveBeyond Counseling & Coaching. “It happens usually when I’m trying to go to sleep.”  “I just can’t focus on one thing.”  “It just floods my mind.”  Racing thoughts and the infamous overthinking. We all, at one point or […]

Suicide Prevention Month

Suicide Prevention Month September was National Suicide Prevention Month. Suicide is a topic that does not need to be taken lightly and should be talked about rather than silenced like many think. This year, it should be talked about even more as our world is in a pandemic. This has caused the numbers of those […]

Is It Time For Marriage Therapy?

Is it Time for Marriage Therapy?
As a Marriage Counseling practice, we receive calls all the time asking this same question: Is it time for marriage therapy?

While the answer to that question is unique to the relationship and the situation, I want to give you some of the knowledge that we’ve gained through our practice and helping hundreds of couples.

What You Should Know About Women’s Depression

Out of all the ailments that can affect humans, some of them affect people differently based on their characteristics. For example, mental health disorders like clinical depression can be different for women. If you’re experiencing this condition, use the following list to learn more about your therapist’s diagnosis.

How to Make the Most of Online Counseling

Online counseling has become increasingly popular, with more individuals turning to it each day. Digital counseling can help you overcome barriers that might prevent you from seeking a face-to-face meeting, such as living in a remote location or social distancing during the COVID-19 outbreak. If you’re considering online adult counseling, use the following guide to learn how to make the most of your sessions.

Tips for Getting Started with Online Counseling

Online counseling offers an option for peace in the midst of the chaos. Through the use of tele therapy services, Clients can retain access to caring counselors and therapists who they can chat with via online mediums, video, and even phone calls. During this time of crisis and concern, people need comfort and convenience more than ever. Here at LiveBeyond Counseling & Coaching, our clients have responded so well to online counseling options so far, that we are excited to continue to offer this service as an option in the future.

4 Tips – Discussing Couples Counseling

Couples counseling provides the opportunity to work through issues with a significant other. And while realizing your relationship could benefit from counseling is the first major step, you need to broach the subject with your partner. We understand that discussing couples counseling can be hard. It can be difficult to bring up the subject in a way that doesn’t make them feel attacked or hurt, so use these tips to help the conversation go smoothly.