1. One Step At A Time – Tip #1

    Couples in therapy are most successful when the expectation for change is set during the first couples therapy session.   During our therapy sessions I emphasize that change requires making small cho…Read More

  2. Change Happens

    Many times people fear change because we focus on what we need to give up, or what will be lost.  This is a universal experience that pops up in individual, couple, and marital counseling.  But, cha…Read More

  3. The Power of Retreat

    Hi All, It's been a roller-coaster year!  Since January, my father was diagnosed with cancer and to date has had one surgery, a round of chemo, a round of radiation, and two other hospital stays.  A…Read More

  4. 1 of 3 Best Rated Counselors

    Dr. Scholtz is One-of-Three Best Rated Marriage Counselors in Ft. Lauderdale! Dr. Scholtz and The Center of Connected Living-Fl were selected this March as One-Of-Three Best Rated Marriage and Couples…Read More

  5. Prevent Relationship Fatigue

    The couples I work with sometimes start therapy with relationship fatigue.  One or both partners may express feeling 'so tired' of talking, frustrated with not seeing their efforts pay off, difficult…Read More

  6. How Couples Dance

    Every relationship has a pattern, or a dance, that organizes the communication, action, and reaction to each another.   The cool thing is that working with a couples therapist can help to identify th…Read More

  7. Preventative Marriage Counseling

    It is widely believed that marital and couples counseling is a option for couples who are already in distress and experiencing a painful relationship. However, I am beginning to see clients who are se…Read More