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the COVID-19 Pandemic.
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Couples therapy can be helpful to partners struggling with any aspect of their relationship.
Our clinicians welcome all types of couples — married, dating, or engaged;
heterosexual or same-sex — and at any stage of their relationships.
Lindsey Hoskins & Associates
An Alternative to Dieting

An Alternative to Dieting

Each day we are inundated with so much information on food and body image…try this and lose weight, you should look like this…, take this and watch the weight come off, try Keto/Paleo/countless other diets.  Many of us are obsessed with what we eat and what we look like. Perhaps we have not given thought

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Gottman’s Four Horsemen

Gottman’s Four Horsemen

It’s hard to believe we are in the last month of 2020; we have almost “made it” through this difficult year!  I, like most of you, have spent most of my time at home with my family. I am very grateful for this extra time together, in part because it has given me the opportunity

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Men in Therapy

Men in Therapy

Individual Therapy Sterling VA Today’s blog is a guest post from pro lacrosse player Paul Rabil, with whom I have the privilege of working in therapy. Whether you’re a lacrosse fan or not, I think you’ll enjoy his perspective. – Lindsey I feel really lucky to have been a part of the Lindsey Hoskins &

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Cleaning up the Whine

Cleaning up the Whine

Family Therapy Sterling VA “I’m so bored!”, “Ew, what is that? I don’t like broccoli!”, “That’s not fair!” Ah, the sounds of summer break have begun in my house. Can you relate? A negative attitude can place a strain on any relationship. As a parent you may wonder if your generally sweet, thoughtful children have

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Want a Better Relationship? Make Time for More Sex

Want a Better Relationship? Make Time for More Sex

A recent series of studies conducted in the US and Switzerland has lead to an important but not surprising conclusion: couples who have sex more often report feeling closer, being happier, and feeling more affection for each other. Further, researchers were able to demonstrate that affectionate touch — touch that is loving and often sexual

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