Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter

My heart hurts and my eyes have cried more tears this past week than I can remember. Rest in peace, Mr. George Floyd. You grew up wanting to be a Supreme Court Justice. Instead, unbeknownst to you, you became a global hero instead. You are in the company of many many...
Trauma Resources

Trauma Resources

Trauma can lead to feelings of overwhelm and disconnect. Trauma can have a variety of sources, including, but not limited to, interpersonal (e.g., an intimate relationship, family of origin, stranger, etc.), natural disasters (e.g., tsunami, hurricane, flood), and...
Mind-Body-Spirit Resources

Mind-Body-Spirit Resources

If our entire creation is a science, then spirituality might be understood as the science of life. In the western world, we are more familiar with mind and behavioral science (e.g., psychology and sociology), and body/physical science (e.g., anatomy, physiology,...
Good Enough

Good Enough

I have a funny internal dialogue when I notice from the corner of my eye that my clients are checking out my wardrobe before I sit down in my therapy chair. Are they looking at my shoes to see if they match my outfit? I chuckle inside when I internally voice, “I bet...
Personal Experience

Personal Experience

I adore Oprah Winfrey. Meeting her is the only thing on my bucket list. I don’t know why I have a strong desire to meet her, but when I do, maybe I’ll figure it out then. I had some time to spare the other day, and I decided to watch a few videos Oprah had with, or in...
Books of Knowledge

Books of Knowledge

My favorite saying by Maya Angelou is “When you learn, teach. When you get, give.” I’ve been blessed with encountering several meaningful books that I’ve found to be embedded with wisdom, power, grace, and healing. Books, music, and writing are three particular venues...

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