Walking the Journey Together
Marriage and Family Therapist
Registered Intern # 3098
Coming to a Counselor has many different connotations.
As a counselor, my focus is on the concept of a Heart at Peace!
All of my counseling focuses on helping you find that Heart at Peace Mindset.
When you come and knock on my door, I will be there for you with a smile, and open mind and open heart. Counseling is not here to tell you, You are wrong. Instead; counseling is here to help you know what is not working and how to fix it.
As a counselor my focus is always going to be on you, and how to help you move through the darkened forest toward the excitement that is outside:
As a counselor, I am here to help you. We have all been through so many different situations, experiences and life stories - as a counselor I am here to help your life story.
To do this, my focus is with you.
When you dig deeper into my services, you will see that I am here for you, your family and what it takes to maintain the balance of the system. My goal is to always try to keep the system together if there is a chance to do so. When the system is not strong enough to maintain itself, then I will work with you to find a harmonious way to end that relationship.
When you get to know me, you will know that I am a positive psychologist who believes we can all achieve the desired goal if we work for it.
Looking ahead and you are wondering if the time is right to reach out and make the call - do it, if nothing else, you will get to learn more about you and in the long run, you may end up with a heart at peace.
My name is Cade Resnick and I have been where you are. It is not a great place to be, yet I have walked the path you are traveling.
I am a dad, an ex-husband, and a child of divorced parents. Perhaps the trifecta of experience (laughter is the best medicine). I am also a counselor who works with families and people to rebuild their lives from severe mental situations. In that I am no stranger to the hard work that a trauma such as divorce brings on.
My experience as a counselor did not help me be blinded as to who I was married to (narcissism) yet what it did to for me is to understand that we can all benefit from more than just counseling, sometimes we need a divorce guide to get us through it all. When it was time for me to approach my divorce, I was not sure what the path would look like. I was successful at what I was doing, a good partner to my now ex-wife, and I spent time with my kids who brought a smile to my face each day. I was not ready for what I would uncover. I was not prepared to see the life going on behind my back and thus the trauma that ensued took me through many emotions. The journey takes a long time to heal mentally and emotionally.
I share this with you because from my experience in the process, I learned a significant amount of what it takes to maneuver through the darkness that is divorce. Make no mistake, the process is long, it is emotional, and it deserves to be considered a rebirth.
Having come through the dense forest of divorce, I now choose to restructure my focus and to help others. The whole process that is divorce deserves an experienced counselor, with the experience of what you are going through in your mind and heart.
Going through this process I have found “me” once again. I have uncovered areas of life that I truly enjoy, I have found my way into new and exciting adventures, and I have fostered many great friendships. I have learned that there is no shame in being able to say “why me”, or to question yourself in order to grow from the experience. I came to my divorce because of the actions of someone else, yet it takes two people in a marriage, so instead of saying “she did it”, I worked through what she did and accepted the role in which I could have been better. I then spent my time working through the changes into the person I wanted to become.
My journey has made me more empathetic toward others, more vulnerable, less ashamed of what I have had to deal with, and at peace with who I am now. My passion for life never changed, it just needed a new path, a new story – with new chapters and new experiences for me. I believe your story will help you navigate through the forest
I came out of my divorce fog understanding that Divorce is not always the problem, it can be the solution to a problem.
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