Tracy Payton Watson, LPC Psychotherapist

When " i " is replaced by " we ", illness becomes wellness. Individual, Adolescent, and Couples Psychotherapy. Hypnotherapy, EMDR

Operating as usual

03/12/2022

💯☮💙🖤💜🕯

01/14/2022
01/14/2022

This is your complete nervous system.

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12/29/2021
12/29/2021
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12/14/2021
12/06/2021

What Gaslighting Looks Like ☮💙🖤💜🕯

12/06/2021

May you grow still enough to hear the small noises earth makes in preparing for the long sleep of winter, so that you yourself may grow calm and grounded deep within.

May you grow still enough to hear the trickling of water seeping into the ground, so that your soul may be softened and healed, and guided in its flow.

May you grow still enough to hear the splintering of starlight in the winter sky and the roar at earth's fiery core.

May you grow still enough to hear the stir of a single snowflake in the air, so that your inner silence may turn into hushed expectation.
~ Brother David Steindl-Rast

Art by Erika Pochybova-Johnson

Photos from Thinking Minds's post 12/03/2021

Photos from Thinking Minds's post

12/02/2021

Our lack of connection is a big reason why we choose unsafe people, and fear of abandonment fuels an ongoing isolating connection. If we are isolated or don’t have primary safe and supportive relationships, we would rather choose the unsafe relationship than nothing at all.

12/01/2021
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11/27/2021

How do you handle stonewalling in your relationship?

Stonewalling sometimes occurs when couples are experiencing conflict. When one or both partners feel emotionally flooded, they may shut down and withdraw from the interaction. Flooding is often accompanied by increased heart rate, the release of stress hormones into the bloodstream, and even a fight-or-flight response.

When this happens, it's hard to find common ground and have dialogue where both parties feel heard.

Thankfully, there’s help! The antidote to stonewalling is to practice self-soothing. When you feel your body starting to build the wall, that’s the time to pause. Walk away from the conversation (with a verbalized plan to return) and give yourself a breather for at least 20 minutes. These steps can help you shift conflict conservations into productive dialogue with your loved one.

Discover more tips to self-soothe and navigate relationship conflict with help from the Gottman Relationship Coach today: https://bit.ly/3njDcvD

11/16/2021

Raise a Confident Baby

11/16/2021

Met this sweet soul in Meridian at the BBQ Meat Feast. She had some good words of wisdom she was willing to share with my page. Bless her heart.

11/14/2021

My peer supervision group. First time together since February 2020. Dr Kay Hale, Barbara Berendzen, Carolyn Hubbard.

Who to Call in a Crisis 11/14/2021

Who to Call in a Crisis

Who to Call in a Crisis If you or a loved one is in a crisis, here are a few numbers you can call 24/7 to get professional support. This list is only a fraction of the resources available, but was limited so that you can successfully and easily complete the next step: We recommend saving these to your phone NOW. (If you ne...

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11/04/2021

Keep your thoughts positive because your thoughts become your words. Keep your words positive because your words become your behavior. Keep your behavior positive because your behavior becomes your habits. Keep your habits positive because your habits become your values. Keep your values positive because your values become your destiny.”
― Mahatma Gandhi

S*x is more than just physical intimacy. Physical intimacy can be non-s*xual. S*xual needs are no less important than emotional needs for relationships in which at least one partner needs s*xual bonding. 

Either partner may be behaving in ways which block emotional and/or s*xual bonding, but that does not discount the strong need for both . Working on the s*xual part of the relationship is as important as working on the emotional part. 

I did a live interview (on my grid) with Dr Laurie Watson, s*x therapist, which discusses the s*x cycle between couples and it’s relationship to their emotional cycle. Laurie is co-host of the @foreplay_radios*xtherapy podcast which is great. I trust their content explicitly as both hosts are therapists who do the same type of attachment work as I do. 

#thesecurerelationship #thesecurerelationshipmft #securelove #s*xualhealth #marriage101 #couplestherapy #emotionalconnection #relationshipadvice #growingasacouple #bozemancouplestherapist #secureattachment 10/01/2021

S*x is more than just physical intimacy. Physical intimacy can be non-s*xual. S*xual needs are no less important than emotional needs for relationships in which at least one partner needs s*xual bonding.

Either partner may be behaving in ways which block emotional and/or s*xual bonding, but that does not discount the strong need for both . Working on the s*xual part of the relationship is as important as working on the emotional part.

I did a live interview (on my grid) with Dr Laurie Watson, s*x therapist, which discusses the s*x cycle between couples and it’s relationship to their emotional cycle. Laurie is co-host of the @foreplay_radios*xtherapy podcast which is great. I trust their content explicitly as both hosts are therapists who do the same type of attachment work as I do.

#thesecurerelationship #thesecurerelationshipmft #securelove #s*xualhealth #marriage101 #couplestherapy #emotionalconnection #relationshipadvice #growingasacouple #bozemancouplestherapist #secureattachment

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S*x is more than just physical intimacy. Physical intimacy can be non-s*xual. S*xual needs are no less important than emotional needs for relationships in which at least one partner needs s*xual bonding. Either partner may be behaving in ways which block emotional and/or s*xual bonding, but that does not discount the strong need for both . Working on the s*xual part of the relationship is as important as working on the emotional part. I did a live interview (on my grid) with Dr Laurie Watson, s*x therapist, which discusses the s*x cycle between couples and it’s relationship to their emotional cycle. Laurie is co-host of the @foreplay_radios*xtherapy podcast which is great. I trust their content explicitly as both hosts are therapists who do the same type of attachment work as I do. #thesecurerelationship #thesecurerelationshipmft #securelove #s*xualhealth #marriage101 #couplestherapy #emotionalconnection #relationshipadvice #growingasacouple #bozemancouplestherapist #secureattachment

08/29/2021

This novel is a must read! A great story for all ages who love a good book. Really relatable points 🤍 www.themodernbreakup.com

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