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Blame and Responsibility

Blame and Responsibility

Blame is an incredibly easy and effortless tactic to use when feeling defensive. If you don’t hold yourself accountable for the consequences of your ways of behaving, thinking, and feeling, you get to continue living life thinking you don’t have any flaws or areas for improvement.

Please note: The opinions expressed are those of the individual therapist and not necessarily those of Citron Hennessey Private Therapy.
Unplug from Technology And Plug Back Into Your Life

Unplug from Technology And Plug Back Into Your Life

When we are connected to our phones, we are unable to be attentive to those around us; the more you are plugged into your devices, the less you are plugged into your life, and the more you miss out on opportunities for real connection.

Please note: The opinions expressed are those of the individual therapist and not necessarily those of Citron Hennessey Private Therapy.
Taking Control of Satisfying Your Needs

Taking Control of Satisfying Your Needs

Every Valentine’s Day, we’re flooded with images of seemingly happy couples. For those of you who are single, or just don’t have a satisfying relationship of any kind, - a relationship with a friend, lover, family member, colleague, or even a pet - this is probably one of the several days out of the year where loneliness creeps up on you.

Please note: The opinions expressed are those of the individual therapist and not necessarily those of Citron Hennessey Private Therapy.
When Diets Fail Us: An Answer to Your Diet Woes

When Diets Fail Us: An Answer to Your Diet Woes

How’s your diet going? If you’re killing it, keep on going and ignore the below. But if you’re starting to feel cracks in your “willpower” read on:

Please note: The opinions expressed are those of the individual therapist and not necessarily those of Citron Hennessey Private Therapy.
Power in progress

Power in progress

If there's one thing that psychotherapists love, it's models - models of psychological phenomenon. Many psychotherapists - and researchers - use models as a tool to help conceptualize a situation. Models also help us build a framework for how to intervene and address issues at different stages of its theory. In addiction counseling, DiClemente's stages of change model is very often utilized to help conceptualize cases and develop appropriate treatment plans.

Please note: The opinions expressed are those of the individual therapist and not necessarily those of Citron Hennessey Private Therapy.