During this time of “social distancing” and being #alonetogether, the Healthy Connections Staff is sharing their relationship tips. In this video, Healthy Connections Executive Director Dr. Kristi Gordon and her husband share their tip for how they find time to connect while having two teenagers in the house.
Couples across the country are struggling to meet the challenges and the new demands that have been placed on them as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Couples are having to make adjustments with regards to work, home life, finances, and children, amongst others. All of the uncertainty that COVID-19
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Perhaps you’re seeking help for your relationship, or may consider doing so in the future, but there are a variety of services available and you’re wondering which one is best for you. Though distinctly different in many ways, the terms “relationship education” and “couple therapy” are often used interchangeably and many people are