Intimate Relationships: Signs of health and signs of trouble with Mrs. Caroline Hofmann and Dr. Tom Hofmann
December 6, 2018 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
About this Episode
Couples yearn to maintain the early closeness and the early ease of intimacy they found in relating to each other. We can understand closeness as the amount of time as a couple that is ideal for us to spend together, and the ideal amount of time apart. Our ideal balance of intimacy lies in how tolerant we are in our partner knowing the real us. How do our care of these factors affect our ongoing happiness with each other?
About Mrs. Caroline Hofmann and Dr. Tom Hofmann
Caroline Hofmann is a Florida Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Certified Addictions Professional with international reciprocity. Caroline has been working in the fields of addiction and co-occurring disorders since October 2009, with an emphasis on trauma response and PTSD and is currently Lead Therapist at White Sands Treatment Center Intensive Outpatient Therapy. She has been teaching at Hodges University in the Addictions Professional Certification track since May 2016. Caroline earned her Masters of Science Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Hodges University, a Bachelor’s Degree in Microbiology from the University of Texas at Austin, and an Associate’s Degree in Pre-pharmacy at Austin Community College in Austin Texas. Her work as a pharmacy technician, then almost 12 years of microbiology laboratory experience have provided her with a biological perspective and understanding of the organic aspects of mental health treatment.
Tom Hofmann has a Doctorate in Psychology from Northcentral University (2008), and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (1982). He spent 15 years working full time as a psychotherapist in inpatient and outpatient drug and alcohol and mental health settings, and as an outpatient supervisor of a mental health clinic for the last five years, while also teaching as a social work adjunct at Mount Mary College. Dr. Hofmann has been teaching at Hodges University since 2003, and keeps his therapy skills sharp by working one day a week at a local employee assistance program for the last 12 years as a Florida Licensed Social Worker and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He is also a Certified Employee Assistance Professional and a Board certified TeleMental Health Provider, and a Florida Approved Supervisor for Mental Health, Social Work and Family Therapy Registered Interns.