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Words of Wisdom from the Dalai Lama…

Words of Wisdom from the Dalai Lama…

I greatly admire the work and teachings of the Dalai Lama. He has explained that wisdom and compassion can be cultivated by deepening our understanding of what occurs around us – and we can become more compassionate by simply focusing our attention on compassion. Mindfulness helps us […]

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Honoring Your Personal Boundaries…

Honoring Your Personal Boundaries…

Many of my clients tell me that in their personal relationships they feel unsure of “the boundaries where they end and others around them begin.” Having diffuse personal boundaries with others can leave you feeling codependent, powerless, unsure of who you are and unheard. Many of my clients with boundary […]

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Thinking About Your Triumphs and Strivings…

Thinking About Your Triumphs and Strivings…

Take a moment to work through the questions below: What has happened in your personal life that you are particularly proud of? Think about your psychological triumphs, times when things were even better than you expected, periods when you came through trials and tribulations in even better […]

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Questions About Insurance…

Questions About Insurance…

Many new clients to my practice often have questions about insurance coverage and my reason(s) for not participating directly with insurance companies. The services I offer to my clients (individual, couple, family and group therapy) are often covered in part by insurance but I do no accept insurance […]

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Simple Statements for Developing Your Self-Acceptance…

Simple Statements for Developing Your Self-Acceptance…

Self acceptance is all about being compassionate and happy with who you are in the present moment. This is an agreement that you decide to make with yourself to appreciate, accept and support who you are right now, even if there are parts of yourself that you might like to […]

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Can You Tell Me What I Can Expect From Therapy?

Can You Tell Me What I Can Expect From Therapy?

Making the decision to get help with difficulties in our lives is not only a big step, but also the first step in figuring it all out.  Where do I go? Who do I call?  What does a therapist do? When I work with clients, I don’t […]

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Systems Thinking…It’s All Connected

Systems Thinking…It’s All Connected

Many of my clients come into my office and begin their session by tell me that they are interested in changing just “one small thing“. During my training as a therapist, we spoke a great deal about “systems“. Systems thinking is the process of understanding how things influence one […]

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Overextending Ourselves

Overextending Ourselves

Overextending Ourselves Can you think of a day that has passed where you haven’t thought to yourself, or uttered the words “I feel so tired!” at least once? Many women can’t help but feel frustrated and report that they need more energy to get everything accomplished on […]

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Five Regrets…

Five Regrets…

I came across this list, which is excerpted from the website Inspiration and Chai, by Bronnie Ware. I thought I would share it below, as it has some very powerful points. For many years I worked in palliative care. My patients were those who had gone home […]

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Codependency and Detachment

“It is not easy to find happiness in ourselves, and it’s not possible to find it elsewhere.” (Agnes Repplier) Finding a loving relationship is possible, don’t let anyone, including yourself, try to tell you otherwise. One of the most important parts of finding a healthy, loving relationship […]

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