TBCRP is growing with a second location!

Thanks to your help and great word-of-mouth referrals, TBCRP has added a second location!  We look forward to better serving you and other South Pasco County residents! The new office is located just off Highway 54 in 

Land O’ Lakes at:

20747 Sterlington Drive

Land O' Lakes, FL 34638

We look forward to seeing you there!

Our hearts go out to victims and families of the Orlando shootings

By now, most of you have heard the awful news of the shooting in Orlando and the deaths of so many innocent people. We are saddened by the hate and violence. We grieve for those who lost their lives or were injured. We understand the many losses that will continue in the aftermath of this event - losses of security, of safety, and of peace of mind - especially for those in the LGBTQ community and their families.

In the aftermath of such a horrendous tragedy, it can often be difficult to cope. The links below connect you to an article from the American Psychological Association website describing ways to manage your distress and another from the Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress describing tips for talking to children about mass tragedies (originally written after the Sandy Hook crisis).

Please feel free to contact us if we can be assistance to you, your family, or friends.

APA Help Center - Mass Shooting.
CSTS Restoring Sense of Safety Aftermath Shooting

Flipping the Script in Your Relationship

Encourages couples to improve their connection.

Flipping the Script in YourRelationship

By: David Alexander, Psy.D.

 Many people look at the New Year asan opportunity to set personal goals to eat healthier, work out more, or bemore productive. I am inviting you to consider one more thing to add to yourlist and that is to be a better partner to your boyfriend, girlfriend, husband,or wife. Too often, people get stuck in this never-ending loop of anunsatisfying relationship. I say that it’s time we end that cycle and buildsomething new together.

As someone who has a history ofbeing in long-term relationships, I have experienced first-hand what it is liketo grow apart from your partner. It’s one of the toughest experiences I haveever had to go through. Contrary to popular belief though, it does not have tobe the ending to your relationship’s narrative. In fact, it can serve as apretty incredible launching point to take you and your partner to new heightsyou may have never realized were even possible.

I tell you this because it is notenough to just go back to the way things were when you were happy, young, andnewly in love. We cannot recreate the past, but that does not mean we arehelpless to manage the situation. What many couples do not realize is that theyalready possess all of the tools that they need. Their only problem is tryingto figure out which ones to use when. The solution to this dilemma is simple.We have to communicate with our partners.

Hiding behind shame, frustration, ordisappointment only prolongs the suffering. We need to face one another andtalk about our pain openly in a way that helps us create a new narrative wherewe feel heard by our partners, valued for our contributions, and hopeful for abetter future together; one that we can design together.

In my profession, I have been fortunate tohave helped quite a few couples rebuild connections. I say this because I don’twant you and your partner to become another statistic amongst the hundreds ofthousands of couples in the United States whose relationships end in divorceeach year. Start talking to your partner and see which parts of your scriptneed some revisions. Better yet, sit down and write an entirely new scripttogether. Experience that excitement that comes for getting to know yourpartner all over again. Appreciate the moments when you see your partnersmiling back at you as they realize how much you truly care about them. Aboveall, don’t be afraid to take a few risks along the way because it’s often timesthe deviations from our routines that are the most rewarding.

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