Is it Time for Marriage Counseling?

Posted By: on October 23, 2018
Marriage counseling helps couples deal with differences and difficulties in positive and productive ways. It emphasizes the importance of communication and seeks to understand the individual’s role in a relationship. If you’ve experienced frustration because you can’t speak to your spouse or partner without yelling —  if you’re feeling unloved or unappreciated due to their inability to listen to your requests and honor your needs — then marriage counseling is the right option for yo

The Benefits of Marriage Counseling

Posted By: on October 09, 2018
Marriage counseling is advantageous for any couple. Rather than rely on their old ways of communicating, deflecting responsibility, and blaming their spouses for their shortcomings, couples are able to practice better communication skills including active listening which helps them identify their partner’s needs, wishes, and desires. The right therapist gets couples out of their defensiveness and speaking effectively. Here are some of the benefits marriage counseling offers: Better way

How to Choose a Therapist Who’s a Good Fit for You

Posted By: on September 24, 2018
Choosing the right therapist to meet your needs is a personal process that requires you to get the know the style, professional approach, and credentials of the mental health expert you’re considering working with. To help you with the process, we’ve highlighted some of the most important factors to weigh when narrowing the search for a good therapist for you. Pointing you in the right direction as to what questions to ask and things to look for in a mental health professional saves you ti

Why Psychiatry and Psychiatric Medication Management are Important

Posted By: on September 10, 2018
Receiving the help that a patient needs is crucial. Individual and couples counseling have noted benefits. Heart-Centered Counselors prides itself on being the type of counseling and therapy provider that people count on. We provide care, compassion, and help at all of our Colorado facilities, as well as through our Tele-Mental Health services online which offer a chance to talk to a therapist without driving to our physical locations in Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley, or Littleton. Psychiatry

When Is It Time to See a Counselor?

Posted By: on August 27, 2018
Counseling can yield positive, life-affirming results. Talk therapy has distinct benefits that last over time. In fact, seeing a counselor allows you to work through your problems effectively and develop the skills needed to deal with future issues with greater ease. If you’ve considered individual or couples counseling, know that you’re in good company. Many successful personalities see a counselor on a regular basis as part of their own self-care routine. Go With Your Gut So, when is

The Importance of Getting What You Want and the Importance of Valuing What You Have

Posted By: on August 13, 2018
Developing a sense of gratitude helps you see the gifts that you already have. Your wants and needs change. That’s because you’re growing as a person. As new opportunities and experiences present themselves, you’re faced with decisions about what to do next. How to Get What You Want There will be times that you’ll need to ask for the things that you want. This may be the case with, for example, salary raises or workplace promotions. According to Psychology Today author Susan Krauss Wh

How Being Gentle with Yourself Changes You (And How You Feel About Yourself)

Posted By: on July 30, 2018
Self-compassion is among the greatest gifts you can give yourself. Being harsh with yourself is, well, hard on yourself: It hinders growth and causes self-esteem issues. When you’re constantly belittling your progress or comparing yourself to the other people around you, there is little to no satisfaction or joy. You’ll struggle to move forward because the mistakes of your past imprison you. Here is how being gentle with yourself changes you and the way you feel about yourself: It m

How to Work Through Feelings of Isolation and Loneliness

Posted By: on July 16, 2018
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Isolation occurs when a person feels distanced from others either physically or emotionally. It often sparks feelings of loneliness which can cause anxiety and depression. Sometimes, when social relationships don’t exist in a person’s life, he or she may feel as though they’re not worthy. If feelings persist over an extended length of time, it’s important to have healthy coping mechanisms available to help get past the sadness and disappointment that they may be feeling. If you need a p

How to Find your Calm Place When You Get Angry or Anxious

Posted By: on July 02, 2018
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Anger and anxiety sometimes occur when people feel they’re losing control. If left to grow, the feelings can encroach upon a person’s life and negatively affect their ability to function well. Here are some of the things you can do to find a sense of calm when you’re angry or anxious: Sit quietly with your feelings Give them a chance to come up without judgment. Don’t think of a quick-fix solution to getting past them. Instead, remain neutral and observe the physical sensations occu

Heart Centered Counselors Announces the Opening of New Littleton, Colorado Counseling Office

Posted By: on June 22, 2018
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Littleton, United States - Today’s lifestyles are busy and hectic and yet life still goes on filled with challenges, heartbreak, and trying circumstances. As a result, people often need help in coping with all life’s complications and crises. Whether facing depression, grief, anxiety, or any type of emotional distress, the professional, caring counselors at Heart Centered Counseling are available to help their clients navigate life’s overwhelming and often seemingly out of control circumst