Dr. Donald Bartley, D. MIN, LMFT
Don Bartley holds a Doctor of Ministry degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Denver Seminary in Denver Colorado and a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in Springfield Missouri. He has been serving as a therapist since 1983, has directed three different counseling centers, and has taught Marriage and Family on the University level as well as serving as pastor for churches. Don is a clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) in North Carolina and an ordained minister.
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It’s hard to admit, but true nonetheless, that we’re all amateurs at relationships. There is no example of a perfect one. The good news, however, is that there are some common sense ways to build the kind of relationship together that can weather any storm and overcome any hurdle.
Thankfully, there are also some very helpful folks in the world to assist us in finding the ways to do so. Dr. Don Bartley is a prime example. A minister and licensed marital and family therapist, Dr. Don has helped hundreds of couples, over the years, with navigating the many common pitfalls of companionship.
The next best thing to a comfortable chair in Dr. Don’s office can be found in the pages herein. In “Say ‘I love You’ - 101 Ways How”--the doctor provides some fundamental, common sense ideas for how to not only say “I love you”, but show it as well, through simple, everyday words and actions.
Put these helpful ideas into common practice and you’ll soon be on your way to building a stronger and longer-lasting relationship--the kind that will reassure your companion that they are truly loved and appreciated.
“Say ‘I love You’ - 101 Ways How”
Dr. Don's Common Sense Recipes for Relationships