Month: August 2020

“Where there is a human being, there is an opportunity for kindness”

Finding connection and community has become a priority for people in surviving quarantining and social distancing. Instead of dinner dates with friends, we are making dinner while face-timing in the kitchen; instead of going out to trivia night, we are hosting trivia nights in our living rooms, instead of work lunches, we are connecting with …

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Mindfulness: Finding Peace through the Noise

The grief, anxiety, and sadness experienced as a result of the coronavirus is the reality for a majority of us as we face each new day with uncertainty. At the Arizona Center for Marriage and Family Therapy, we cannot emphasize enough that you are not alone in your feelings of depression, isolation, and nervousness. We …

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Seeking Attunement

When we talk about relationships, we focus and frame that establishing and maintaining relationships is built on attachment. Attachment can be defined as the emotional bond developed between two people (e.g. child and caregiver) and is something that develops and changes throughout our lives as we connect and create relationships. Establishing attachment with another person …

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Parenting during a Covid Summer

With the world being flipped upside down, our families have faced the greatest changes, uncertainties, and anxieties with the onset of the pandemic. We know that families with children involved in school and various extra-curricular activities have specifically experienced drastic changes in day to day living, with each of us feeling the weight of being …

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