MFT3 5th Anniversary
Today is a big day in my life, and in the lives of our clients.
Today marks MFT3′s 5th Anniversary. 5 years ago today we opened for business and have been going strong ever since. We continue to be thrilled and energized in helping those who are stuck get un-stuck – both in the local community here in Trumbull as well as our clients who come from as far away as Middlefield, New Canaan, Branford, Oxford and other towns. Thank you again for allowing us into your most difficult moments, and to witness your amazing strength, resilience and accomplishments.
It is also the 7th birthday of our little cat, Sallie Mae. She is a skittish, sweet little thing who makes us happy every day. Happy Birthday Sallie Mae!
Take time to mark your own milestones and celebrations. Enjoy!
And thank you from Katherine, Audrey, and Lisa, your MFT3 team. We are looking forward to the next 5 years!
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MFT3 Closed 2/13/14
Yes, it’s broken record time. This snow storm seems to be unpredictable as far as which areas are going to be hardest hit, so in the name of safety we are closing to keep everyone off the roads and out of harm’s way.
Strange: the storm has a name, Pax. The only peaceful place will be our offices, closed, with no people in them. Sigh.
As always, please call your therapist if you have any questions or pressing needs. In the case of an emergency, please call 9-1-1.
For Katherine Allen, please dial x602
For Audrey Bernstein, please dial x604
For Lisa Fournier, please dial x605
And be careful when shoveling! Bend and lift with the knees. Take breaks. Heavy snow can be a killer.
here we go again
Folks, it seems that Mother Nature wants us to take some more time off. So in the interests of safety and scheduling, we have closed MFT3 again for Wednesday, February 5, 2014.
Stay safe and stay warm!
As always, please call 9-1-1 in the event of an emergency. Your individual therapist will be available by phone if necessary.
Sorry folks, but in the best interest of everyone’s safety, we have closed Marriage & Family Therapy of Trumbull, MFT3, for the day today.
Please be safe and keep warm and dry.
To keep everyone’s safety in mind, we are closing for the day effective immediately. Please contact your individual therapist to check-in regarding tomorrow (January 22, 2014) morning’s sessions.
Stay safe out there everyone and enjoy the snow!
Some of the most powerful messages that I took away from the 2013 Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference this past December were the ideas and messages presented by Paul Ekman PhD on compassion. This short clip is a beautiful summary of his current thinking and research, and I believe poses a question and a challenge to each and every one of us.
Please watch to the very end where he poses what I believe is the most powerful and challenging viewpoint of all regarding human compassion and how it is formed – or not.
Happy New Year
It’s in the air everywhere you turn these days, well-wishing one another Happy New years. But what exactly constitutes a happy anything? And why wait until this one day a year to honor and celebrate it? Why don’t we wish happy new things upon one another every day, I think that’s a much better model, more realistic, if you ask me.
I ran across a list of 20 things to STOP doing on the eve of a new year, opposite to the usual Resolutions lists we see posted everywhere.
So check out the list from MindBodyGreen.com and see just how many you’d like to get rid of – I know I have a few…