• Perfectionism: the pathway to problems
    On the surface, the drive to do things perfectly appears to be worthwhile, even greatly desired. But there are the hidden costs. Centuries ago, the Greek philosopher, Aristotle, taught a theory Read more
  • An Aspect of Trust
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  • Attitude of Gratitude
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  • Mindfulness...yes again
    For those who have ever consulted with me, it will be no surprise that I am a huge fan of mindfulness meditation. I urge listening to certain downloads that I Read more
  • When Technology Empowers
    I am a firm believer in using resources to support therapeutic work.   The hour we spend together is the laboratory where we look at problems, concerns and issues.  Beyond Read more
  • Brain and Heart Coherence
    I've often said poets are magnificent therapists. They capture in beautiful imagery what would take me pages to convey. So with that in mind, I'll share this poem that I Read more
  • The Other Virus
    While COVID grabs the headlines and newscasts, another virus is stealing our individual and collective energy…ANXIETY. It is highly transmissible through in person-contact as well as by phone, email, texts, news…you Read more
  • And just like that, it's 2022
    Reflections on last year…the hope it would see the end of the pandemic… hmmm. Refreshing my website.  Yes! An updated software for practice… yes, but what a learning curve. At years end, finally Read more