Jennifer Solosko LMFT

Achieve Family Therapy Mindfulness

Mindfulness the Best part of ACT

Mindfulness is a core component of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), a form of psychotherapy that emphasizes psychological flexibility, acceptance of one’s experiences and commitment to values-based action. In ACT, mindfulness involves paying attention to the present moment, intentionally, and not judging what is happening as either good or bad. It’s about being fully engaged …

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Building a Lasting Secure Attachment

Emotionally Focused Therapy is based on attachment theory and is a model that allows individuals, couples and families to have new experiences. In this model, emotions are seen as valuable information and powerful enough to evoke change when organized and constructed in meaningful ways. Individuals learn to interact with themselves, their partner and others in …

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Infertility-How Couples Cope

Infertility is more common than people realize though not often discussed. The American Society of Reproductive Medicine (2020) has defined infertility when either, one or both the male or the female, are unable to contribute to the conception due to structural problems, ovulation issues, semen or egg quality issues, lifestyle factors or medical conditions or …

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