Cross-cultural couples often face a unique set of challenges due to their differing cultural backgrounds, values, traditions, and expectations. While every couple is different, here are some common relationship issues that cross-cultural couples may encounter and how couples therapy can be helpful in addressing the issues.
While having coffee with some colleagues, we got into an interesting discussion about the profound impact ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) has on adults. While ADHD is widely known and often attributed to children, we might often miss the many adults who are living with ADHD–an issue that is negatively impacting many lives.
Couples who are stationed together on a military base in a foreign country may face specific challenges in their relationship. Here are some common issues that arise for couples in this situation and that they may be able to address in couples therapy:
Before we go deep down about couples therapy, we’d like to post another topic about things closely related to it
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is an approach that can help improve marriages and relationships. Here are some tips that draw from EFT principles for cultivating a healthier and more fulfilling marriage:
Teacher’s Day (May 15th) in South Korea
A Day for Parents In honor of Parent’s Day (5/8) in Korea, we’d like to mention a few things about being a parent that we sometimes forget or neglect. 1. The importance of self-care for parents: can you prioritize your own well-being while also being there for your children? 2. Coping with the challenges of
Mental Health Awareness Month “You don’t have to struggle in silence. You can be un-silent. You can live well with a mental-health condition, as long as you open up to somebody about it.” –Demi Lovato The month of May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and as such, we join the national movement to not only