As if modern life wasn’t hectic enough with constant demands on our time and attention, we’re also expected to successfully navigate all of our relationships too. Often with little help outside of our own experience. While experience can be a great teacher, it can also derail us into ruts.

Worse yet, we may not even realize the communication, attachment and relationship ruts we get into.

The good news is that help is now at hand.

That’s why I’m pleased to introduce Bonding Time with Holly Brown, LMFT. The blog centers around the importance of attachment and emotional bonds, and how we struggle to stay connected to our partners, our children, and ourselves.

“As a new mother, I know this challenge intimately,” Holly tells me. “It is an ongoing one for me, and I would like to share that with others.” We’re honored to have her share her experiences and skills with us.

Holly Brown is a licensed marriage and family therapist practicing in the San Francisco Bay Area. She treats a host of mental health and relationship issues. Not to play favorites, but she particularly loves couples work, and is a practitioner of emotionally-focused therapy (EFT.) She’s also a new mom, and the author of two novels. You can learn more about her here.

Please give Holly a warm Psych Central welcome!

 


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Introducing the Bonding Time Blog | World of Psychology (November 6, 2012)






    Last reviewed: 30 Oct 2012

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Grohol, J. (2012). Welcome to Bonding Time. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 1, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/bonding-time/2012/10/welcome-to-bonding-time/

 

 

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