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Couples And Brainspotting

The Difficulty of determining (for the couple and the therapist) is distinguishing what are my issues, what are your issues and what issues are shared as a couple. Read More »

Acknowledging That You Have An Addiction May Be The Best Thing That Ever Happens To You

When someone faces the facts that they have an addiction, the world opens up to to an abundant life. Until that moment the denial that runs our lives becomes a burden that takes up a huge amount of actual time and more psychic space then one can imagine. Get ready to understand your potential and the gifts of the truth. Read More »

Brainspotting – The Gentle Way To Heal From Painful Events And Addiction

Resourced Brainspotting is proving to be the most effective way to uncover childhood events that lead to addiction in an individual. A client may not remember what happened to them but their body does. When the body begins to release memories and the mind understands the effects of live’s painful experiences, the need for addiction begins to dissipate. Recipients find they are able to reach a core sense of self with in a few hours of therapy. Read More »

Anxiety and Depression – Best Ways to Treat Both

Stress, Anxiety, Depression as well as most mental and emotional disorders occur when the body is not able to release the past and current memories. Though we often do not have visual memories, our bodies remember everything that has happened to us. Therefore for lasting healing and change, the experiences of the body needs to be the focus of healing. Read More »

Healing From Trauma And Abuse

Many therapists and Psychologists have used techniques that help the client to reexperience the truama and abuse that has been stored in their brains. This has been an effective tool in helping people to bring to the surface life’s events … Read More »

Sex and Couples Therapy

July 23, 2012 I attended my 2nd Crucible Marriage and Family Workshop this weekend. I have now completed 7 days of very intense training. The Crucible combines sex therapy and Couples Counseling.  One would think that these two therapies are … Read More »

Jealousy and the Breath

An exploration of the experience of jealousy and how breath work can help us through it’s painful emotional states. Read More »

Trans March 2012

I muse on the changing and expanding definitions of “trans’ or transgender, in the SF Bay Area, as represented by the Trans March. Wonder if this portends changes more globally in who identifies as transgender, and what that might mean for people personally, and in community. Read More »

Debting And Compulsive Spending

Do you or a loved one have a debting habit? Do you or a loved one spend money compulsively or shop impulsively? Are you in constant anxiety of living on a financial edge? Do you feel like you don’t understand … Read More »

Typical Behaviors of An Emotional Abuser

“The local woman whose husband beat here severely, cut her achilles tendons, made her watch him murder her three year old, set the house on fire and shot himself (last week) is the subject of much sympathy. There are also … Read More »

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