Happiness is hard to define and people can spend a lifetime searching for it. The old adage “money can’t buy happiness” highlights that happiness is not found in material possessions, but in other areas of our lives, such as loving relationships, family, friends, and time spent doing what we love. Countless books, television shows, and
Audrey Hepburn is often quoted as saying, “Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m possible’!” I can’t help but admire her optimism. Recently on The Private Practice Startup, my co-host, Katie Lemieux, and I had the chance to talk about our goals for this upcoming year, as well as our goals from last year,
It's Midnight, wherever you are, and you hear that familiar countdown begin: “Ten… nine… eight…” after ten slow seconds, the clock strikes 12:00 AM and the chorus of “Happy New Year!” fills the air. Couples kiss, friends, hug, and maybe the party continues as you welcome in a fresh start, a new year. Many people have
Your phone rings. It’s your partner telling you they have to work late, again. You hang up completely frustrated about their demanding job and impossibly hectic schedule. Over the past six months, you’ve felt more and more disconnected. Disappointed with your situation at home, you started spending more time with friends from work. A few
Spring has always been one of my favorite seasons! It represents hope, growth, possibilities and new beginnings. Now that I live in South Florida, the seasons are much more subtle, but I’m always mindful of them. Just as the seasons change, people, partners’ and relationships change. I specialize in working with couples who are experiencing
The holidays are intended to be a festive time where loved ones come together, but let's face it... the holidays can be stressful! The pressure to meet various expectations and obligations of family, friends, and work, not to mention decorating, can make you want to reach for an extra cup of eggnog or holiday cookie!
“Our relationship is falling apart and my partner just won’t come to therapy. I’m so scared that things will never change. Will I be able to help my relationship if I’m the only one going to therapy?” If this is a question you have, you’re not alone. This is a very common concern for people
Dr. Kate Campbell is the first "Queen B" of South Florida! She was featured for being a phenomenal woman who makes a difference in the community. She was interviewed by Joanie Henry-Cox from the Sun-Sentinel's Forum Publishing Group. To read more, click here.
Have you heard about the good work we are doing at Bayview Therapeutic Services? We are delighted to announce that South Florida Social featured an article on Dr. Kate and the dynamic team at BTS!! If you haven’t already read the article, “Making a Difference in South Florida, One Relationship at a Time”. Check it