Monthly Archives: September 2011

Status update: online counseling is almost normal

Blink, and your edgy, quirky style goes mainstream.  Online counseling, just the other day considered risky and suitable only for the young and tech savvy, is now covered in the New York Times.  The august APA predicts it is about … Continue reading

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Our scars make us more interesting

If you’ve gotten this far without being wounded by life, you’ve been incredibly fortunate. There is no need for shame in bearing scars. But are we overlooking something? Continue reading

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Do you have permission to let go of stress?

Ever have the experience of sitting down to talk, and having no idea where to start?  There is more than one plot line to our lives. A client might sit down in my office with updates in unfolding concurrent dramas: … Continue reading

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