Introduction to Attachment Parenting Theory: Bowlby Basics

By | May 13, 2015

British psychoanalyst John Bowlby was interested in the emotional bond between infants and their primary caregiver, and the profound distress infants experience when separated from this caregiver – whom he called an attachment figure. An infant’s primary attachment figure is most often his or her birth mother, but can be an alternative caregiver to whom the…

What You Need to Know About Embracing Insomnia

By | April 3, 2015

By Robin Levick, MFT Almost everyone will, at some point in their lives, experience insomnia.  It can present anywhere on a continuum from a mild, intermittent annoyance to a debilitating crisis.  We need sleep, and most people don’t get enough.  This post isn’t about severe or chronic insomnia, which should be taken very…

What You Need to Know About Love and Compromise

By | March 27, 2015

By Eric Mill, MFT I’ve heard time and time again that love is all about compromise and I’ve always fought against that idea. While I understand the sentiment, there seems to be something drastically lacking with that view of love. Is love about both partners losing something, about subtracting from…



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