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The Marital Baggage

Do you ever feel like your past is getting in the way of the effectiveness of your marriage? All of the things that took place in your life before you met your spouse has the potential to impact your marriage. If you have never allowed yourself take a good look at the baggage that you brought into the marriage, I suggest you make it a point to do so today! Take a look at the video and don’t delay your growth. Contact Bryan today to start creating a plan to deal with your baggage. You and your spouse deserve it! The Marital Baggage from Bryan Vignery on Vimeo.

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Counseling with Bryan

Bryan has been in private practice since 2005 and currently is taking new clients. He is located inside Keyhole Counseling at 11261 Strang Line Road, Lenexa, KS 66215. Bryan specializes in working with adolescents, relationship difficulties, premarital counseling, addiction issues, general anxiety and depression. He is motivated to assist people find solutions in these areas that will reach the end goal desired by the client. Effective intervention is crucial to make the changes that are needed to find success personally and professionally. Bryan accepts all out-of-network benefits. He also accepts all major credit cards along with cash and checks. If you have any questions for Bryan please feel free to contact him for more information. Individual Counseling Life can be challenging and is also stressful

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BELIEVE!

A Part of My Story I have been on a journey of influence since 1995. Not in my wildest dreams would I have thought as a kid that I would be telling you that I would be an influencer. I was always the one being influenced and following the crowd to fit in. There was no way that I thought that I had enough value to influence anyone else. So I continued to live my life submitting to everyone and everything else, no matter if it were healthy or unhealthy. This past of mine created a lot of havoc. I wouldn’t have been able to step into a position of influence without embracing the past that told me that I would NOT be an influencer.

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Influence

One definition of the word “influence” is: The capacity to have an effect on the character, development, or behavior of someone or something, or the effect itself. Influence has always been something that has amazed me. People can be influenced by many different things in many different ways. Some people are easily influenced by others. Some people are influencers and have a tendency to influence everyone that they are around. At some level each of us has influence over the people around us. It is up to us to determine “what”, “how” and “why” we influence others. Who are you? What do you believe about you? What is your deepest “Why?” These are questions that each of us will come across and start to answer

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Intentional Minute – Change One Thing

Be intentional today with one thing in your life and see what change it creates for you!

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T.I.M.E. with Children

Tonight I recorded a radio show with Neil Haley, “The Total Tutor” (totaltutor.net) and we talked about TIME. The audio of this broadcast will be coming soon. In the meantime, here are the points that were made in regards to TIME. – Take a Time Out of your business, chores, entertainment, media and whatever else gets in your way. Take that time to connect with your children while you still have them around to connect with them. – Invest in the relationship through hearing your child and understanding the needs they are expressing. It is important to listen in to what your child is telling you. Sometimes that is in a non-verbal way…especially if you child is younger than three years old! – Meeting the needs

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The Reason for Christmas

When I was eight years old I remember a distinct time of searching for something to make sense to me. It was a tradition in our family to take a summer vacation to Kansas City to watch a Kansas City Royals baseball game. My grandfather was a minor league player back in the 30’s and I remember that he loved to go and watch the Royals play ball. Some of the memories of this time escape me but at some time on that trip someone had given me a bible. I remember that it was something that I held close to me on that trip and continued to hold it close once vacation was over. After returning home from the trip I recall an evening

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Respond or React?

Responding or reacting, that is the question! I’m going to suggest that we do both each and every day. Responding and reacting is something that I have tossed around for quite a few years. I find that there are traits that are polarizing and cause a big separation between the meaning of the two words. So as I was sitting in a session one day I wrote out these separating factors on the whiteboard. (see the picture to the right) This list is certainly not all-inclusive; there are many things that we do when we RESPOND and there are many things that we do when we REACT! Think about when we are driving in traffic and someone cuts us off or is driving too slow

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Blinded

Normally when I see couples they are coming in with some sort of a crisis. I hear about how the crisis started and start the journey through the facts to assist the couple overcome what is taking place. I had the rare opportunity last night, on my flight home from Boise, to sit next to a couple who were expressing their affection to each other in a very outward and public manner. I overheard the woman say; you’re 43 years old? You should’ve told me that! They for sure grabbed my attention. He then proceeded to tell her; what does it matter? Then they continued their conversations. As they continued to talk through some very surface information about each other I started to figure out

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Getting Married??

Are you getting married? Do you know someone getting married? One of the greatest things that my wife and I did before we got married was to seek premarital counseling. I wasn’t for sure what to expect when we started our premarital counseling but it wasn’t far into the process that I started to see the value in going through the process of looking at what marriage was all about. We found the PREPARE/ENRICH Assessment a helpful step in that process. I know that most couples who are planning a wedding are on a budget. If you haven’t done so already, I recommend that included in that budget is a budget for professional premarital counseling services. Because of the importance of receiving professional counseling services before your

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