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Our therapists are here to help you during this uncertain time. We know you and others are trying to do your part to social distance due to covid-19, which is why we are happy to provide online therapy sessions through our secure video platform. We are here to talk with you about how we can meet your therapy needs. 
 
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COVID-19: 3 Ways to Enhance Your Relationship During This Challenging Time

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Not only did your job, social life, and family time get turned upside down overnight, your relationship has also been impacted. The influence of the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown on couples is being less talked about than so many other aspects of this pandemic, and it’s more important than ever to be conscious of the ways you are interacting with your partner during this challenging and highly stressful time. 

Here are some ideas to consider as you adjust to life during this coronavirus outbreak.

Separate Your Workday

If you are fortunate to keep your job during this pandemic, you are likely working in close quarters with your partner, ...

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Online Therapy: Get the Support You Need During COVID-19

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During this time of global crisis, you don’t have to put therapy on hold. In fact, it’s more important than ever to get the support you need when life is more stressful and challenging than normal. With the impact of the news resulting in high anxiety and fear about everything from the health of loved ones to the impact on the economy, therapy can serve you in so many ways during any crisis.

Yet, you might be wondering: “Are online sessions as effective as in-person sessions?” The short answer is: Yes. Research shows that online therapy is just as effective as in-person therapy. While it may feel ...

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Dating in the Age of Social Distancing

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We are navigating unknown waters with the COVID-19 pandemic affecting every aspect of life. With social distancing being the “new normal” for the foreseeable future, you might wonder “what does that mean for dating”? Perhaps “online dating” will take on a whole new meaning as we create new rituals around courtship.  

But, dating doesn’t have to be completely on hold during this time, it just needs to morph and evolve into something new. Much like you’ve seen with workplaces moving to remote structure and schools considering online learning, dating too can be reimagined. In this post, we’ll dive more into this topic and examine ways you can ...

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How to Discuss Your Kinks With Your Partner

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When you hear the word “kinks” you may automatically consider the more extreme definition that includes sexual behaviors such as BDSM. However, “kinks” refer to any sexual activity that falls outside of the types of sex that society traditionally considers acceptable. Kinks are healthy, normal, and have a continuum that can even include simply the way you liked to be kissed, touched, and more. Kinks are essentially what turn you on and sexually energize you. 

At Center for Shared Insight in Denver, Colorado, we know that a healthy romantic relationship almost always includes a strong sexual connection with your partners. We can help you facilitate those connections by having ...

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Managing a Parenting Plan at the Holidays

Managing a Parenting Plan at the Holidays

Being separated from your kids at any major holiday or birthdays can be emotionally challenging. Your tendency might be to protest the agreement you and your former partner have already made about the parenting plan or try and re-negotiate the plans you confirmed prior to the holiday. 

Chances are, the parenting plan and custody arrangements are far more difficult for you as a parent than they are for your children. Here are some important things to keep in mind when managing a parenting plan at the holidays.

Follow the Parenting Plan

This might sound simple. Even if you feel the parenting plan isn’t fair or wasn’t your ideal ...

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Carrying the Emotional Labor of the Relationship

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In working with hundreds of clients, the therapists at Center for Shared Insight in Denver Colorado often hear phrases like:

“I’m overwhelmed.”

“I feel so drained.”

“I can’t keep all the details straight.”

“It’s exhausted managing it all.”

If it’s your job to manage your relationships’ details, such as the planning, scheduling, social calendar maintenance, and more, it could take a toll on you. This can especially be the case if this is your role within your family and there are kids’ schedules to consider alongside yours and your partner’s wants and needs. Here’s what to look for, and ways to cope if you primarily carry the emotional ...

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Online Reviews: How Would They Change Your Dating Game?

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You’ve probably received feedback on many of the roles you play in your life. As a student, you likely got a report card, and as an employee, you probably had performance reviews. Yet, one of the biggest roles you play is the partner in your relationship, which comes without a formal review process. Unless you and your partner are incredibly intentional about providing one another feedback, months and years could easily go by without the opportunity to share insights and input about improving everything from communication to intimacy.

But, what if you did get a dating or relationship report card? How would that change your dating behavior? In ...

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