As a doctoral level psychotherapist with over 20 years of private practice experience working with adult individuals and couples, I have trained with many renowned experts in the fields of individual and couple therapy. Currently, about half of my clients are couples and about a third of my clients are therapists or other helping professionals themselves. Because I consider myself a lifelong learner in both my personal an...
A slice of American culture is in a bit of upheaval. It has taken some time, but it is finally the case, at
least for this moment in history, that sexual assault and misconduct is everyone’s problem, not just the
women who have endured it. It has become the problem of men because the voices of women now
have enough economical and political power to make it hurt; not necessarily because the perpetrators
were overcome with...
We want to extend our deep gratitude for an incredibly rewarding 2017, filled with memorable workshops, two wonderful meditation retreats, and more than anything personal and professional connections formed around a shared mission of helping to bring healing to those suffering from the effects of trauma. In 2017, we had four workshops with presenters including Colin Ross, Janina F...
As we waited in line at the at the drop-off point at school, I felt a sudden rush of
emotion. I noticed my son’s left hand tapping on his leg while he was singing the chorus from Katy Perry’s song “Firework.” As our turn came up at the delivery point I suddenly grabbed his hand and gently squeezed it. “I love you buddy. Enjoy your time with your mom.” He turned and looked back at me with a scrun...
As any other therapist I pursue continuing education to stay up to date in knowledge and new
developments in the mental health field. I discovered a new therapeutic modality being
offered in Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM). After reviewing available materials on line I
decided to take advantage of the training.
The information shared and the therapeutic processes and techniques that I observed and
Although I have been studying, teaching and writing about collective trauma for many years, I had a breakthrough of understanding recently. In June, I joined a group of 150 people from 39 countries who traveled all the way to Israel to begin a deep and rich training about Collective Trauma (CT) and its impact on our social psychology.
And I learned some things I think I had to leave the country to see more