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We provide marriage counseling, family counseling, and individual counseling for adults, children, and teens in The Woodlands, Spring, Conroe, Magnolia, Tomball, Montgomery, and Houston, Texas areas.

We specialize in:

  • Couple and marriage issues like communication, infidelity, shift work schedules common with the oil industry, and addiction.

  • Individual issues like depression, anxiety, and bipolar.

  • Family issues like life transitions, launching older teens and adult children, addiction, and ex-pat transitions.

We are solution-focused and goal oriented so we can help you get in quickly, get tools, and get back to life.

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What is a Boundary Anyway?

January 22nd, 2016

      Good boundaries are a part of any good relationship. In fact, a relationship without boundaries will almost always have other symptoms: violence, emotional arguments, infidelity, addiction, emotional cutoffs, or debilitating enabling. The problem with boundaries? They can … Continue reading

What Does Feeling Better Look Like?

January 12th, 2016

What does ‘feeling better’ look like? You probably don’t have to ask yourself that question when you have physical pain. When you have a pounding toothache, you Google ‘dentist in my town,’ or you phone your friends and ask who … Continue reading

Infidelity: A Blueprint for Recovery Part 3 – Apologizer versus Rebuilder

November 23rd, 2015

In the last blog, I talked about triggers and grief, especially over the holidays. Emotions can be surprisingly intense due to the anniversary effect and the pressure to have a ‘perfect’ holiday for family and in-laws despite the disharmony. The … Continue reading

Infidelity: A Blueprint for Recovery Part 2 – Taking infidelity recovery into the holiday season and dealing with grief, trauma, and triggers

November 16th, 2015

In my last blog, I talked about a blueprint for recovery for couples surviving betrayal, infidelity, and cheating. I explained that the *betrayed spouse’s reaction to The Discovery, or revelation, of sexual, emotional, or financial infidelity could be compared to, … Continue reading

Infidelity: A Blueprint for Recovery Part 1 – The Why

September 30th, 2015

So what exactly is a blueprint for recovery when it comes to betrayal, infidelity, and cheating? It might help to look at traditional marriage counseling and make a comparison. Traditional marriage counseling, when infidelity is not involved, means the therapist … Continue reading

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