I think I am in the middle of one- which is different than going through “the change” although that is not unfamiliar territory. How about you? I can tell you what a lifestyle change is NOT. Let’s go there first. It is NOT looking for the next book, exercise plan, diet, therapist, coach, healer that… [Read More]
On Being an Intuitive and an Empath
I have always been quite intuitive. It is probably what led me to my chosen profession. Are you an Intuitive? So, what do I mean by, “Are you an Intuitive?” I pose the question that way because it is a bit different than asking, “Are you intuitive?” To me, the difference is this- we are… [Read More]
Wishful Drinking ~ A Wonderful Way to Spend a Sunday Afternoon!
RIP Carrie Fisher Today is 12/27/2016 I blogged about your fabulous one-woman show on Broadway. Seven years ago today I saw your show and absolutely loved it. Now I am updating this page to bid you a loving and angelic farewell. I had the pleasure of seeing Wishful Drinking at Studio 54 Sunday in New… [Read More]
Are You in Counseling? Would You “friend” Your Therapist?
I have spent time lately training therapists and writing about a therapist’s boundaries online. And so now I am curious from the other perspective, what people think about connecting with their therapist online via social media sites like Facebook, MySpace or other similar social networks? The Counselor’s Code of Ethics I guess it might help… [Read More]
Giving Thanks for an Opportunity to Learn About Ourselves
We give thanks on Thanksgiving for many things- food, shelter, employment, friends and family, spirit moving in our lives, mother earth- thanksgiving is a personal and collective experience for each of us. Unfortunately, some of you may be feeling lost, lonely, sad, mad or disappointed. Holiday gatherings are often a time of stress and anxiety… [Read More]