The Value of Knowing the Five Love Languages
August 15, 2022
Dr. Dana Watson is the Vice President of Quality Assurance and a Clinical Psychologist at CHE Behavioral Health Services, a multispecialty clinical group dedicated to increasing access to behavioral and mental health services and reducing the stigma associated with mental health conditions.
Dr. Watson received her bachelor’s degree in psychology and human resources from Arkansas State University and her master’s in clinical psychology from Forest Institute of Professional Psychology. She launched her career in forensic and correctional psychology at the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Over the past 20 years, Dr. Watson has accumulated treatment expertise in inpatient, outpatient, community-based rehabilitation, and geriatric psychology and has served as adjunct faculty for undergraduate and graduate programs at several universities. Her clinical experience and excellence in leadership, combined with her passion and talent for training, have made her one of CHE's most significant assets and resources on its clinical staff.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- Dr. Dana Watson talks about the five love languages
- Are there people that are multilingual in the five love languages?
- Dr. Watson explains how to know someone’s love language
- How people develop a love language when absent or preoccupied caregivers raised them
- Other ways to know how to express love
In this episode…
How do you show love to each other in ways that are best received? Do you know your own love language?
People use five common love languages to show or receive love. When you start speaking someone’s love language, the things you do for each other become more intentional and meaningful. That’s why it’s helpful to learn these love languages and know your own. Having a way to express love equips you with the tools you need to build a love that lasts. As an expert in love languages and how to use them, Dr. Dana Watson can help you develop ways to express and receive love in your relationships.
In this episode of Ready to Talk, Ready to Listen, Chad Franzen of Rise25 sits down with Dr. Dana Watson, the Vice President of Quality Assurance and a Clinical Psychologist at CHE Behavioral Health Services, to discuss various ways people can show or receive love. Dr. Watson talks about the five love languages, whether people can be multilingual in their love language abilities, how to discover someone’s love language, and other ways to express love.
Resources Mentioned in this episode
- CHE Behavioral Health Services
- Call CHE: 888-831-2618
- Dr. Dana Watson on LinkedIn
- Chad Franzen on LinkedIn
- The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate by Gary Chapman
- The Five Languages of Apology: How to Experience Healing in All Your Relationships by Gary Chapman
- The Five Love Languages
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