Practices for Recovering Resilience

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The U.S. and the Holocaust

In my 30 years of helping psychotherapy clients recover and strengthen their resilience, I focused on individuals coping with the challenges of loss and the realities of traumatic disasters. Appropriate, […]

Coming to Calm before the Conversation

My colleague Dorie Rosenberg shared this guided visualization with a group of psychotherapists considering retiring (or already have, as I already have). If I had known of it while still […]

The Perspective of Long, Deep Time

I’ve just returned from an 8-day Wilderness Travel trip kayaking and bushwhacking through Glacier Bay and the Tongass National Forest in Alaska. A trip booked originally in August 2019 from […]

Heroic Listening

I was struck by the juxtaposition of these two quotes this week, the first from Mark Nepo’s webinar series on Fear, Pain, and Grief: Heroes didn’t leap tall buildings or […]

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