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Our History

Providing our services since 1991

May 1991

Our Building

We purchased our warm and inviting building on the Brookside corridor in the HEART of Historic Redlands.

September 2002

First expansion

We expanded our psychotherapy services to include Women’s Groups and On-Site Leadership training & Development (LLUMC, St. Mary Hospital, SEE and other organizations served).

March 2005

Second expansion

We continued to expand services including Biofeedback and Mindful Meditation.

November 2009

Living-Consciousness Birth

Created Living-Consciousness seminars… currently offered in One-Day-Seminar forums monthly.

October 2009

First Women’s Retreat

Dr. Covington’s first annual Women’s Retreat.

January 2014

The Meditation Room

We remodeled our building to create the Meditation room.

January 2017

Leaders

Leaders in offering extraordinary psychological and psycho-spiritual services. We were awarded top Psychological clinic by OpenCare in 2016! Clinical services, seminars, workshops and retreats offered throughout the calendar year!

Full Spectrum Psychology Services in the Inland Empire.















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Redlands

511 Brookside Ave, Redlands, CA 92373

  Mon-Thu, 9:00am - 6:00pm

Apple Valley

18838 Hwy 18 Suite 6, Apple Valley, CA 92307

  Fridays, 9:00am - 5:00pm

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Isn’t “I’m Sorry” Enough?Have you ever apologized to your partner after a fight, but it didn’t seem to make a difference?The Gottmans believe the effectiveness of making repairs after a conflict depends on the state of your relationship. If you’re fundamentally unhappy together, the perfect apology will still fall flat. This is related to “Negative Sentiment Override,” when you no longer see each other’s good traits and only see the bad. Once a relationship is in this phase, repair attempts can be doomed from the start.The good news is you can “buck the system,” as Dr. John Gottman says. “You don’t have to wait for your marriage to improve before you start hearing each other’s repair attempts.”When the next conflict occurs, be intentional about looking for your partner’s attempts to repair. Whether they say, “I’m sorry” or “Let’s start over,” recognize their effort to bridge the divide and see where you can meet them halfway. It’s the starting point towards breaking the cycle of negativity.-the Gottman Institute- ... See MoreSee Less
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