Is Anxiety Killing Your Chances of Finding Love?

Published on December 31, 2018

Anna, a 35-year old, slim, petite and attractive brunette woman from Miami Beach had been…

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Good Therapy is a Change in Scenery: Insights from the Other Side of the World

Published on December 24, 2018

Every once in a while, important insights for my known world reveal themselves from the most unusual of places. My recent trip to the Far East: Myanmar and Thailand gifted me new insights and inspirations as a Jungian analyst. My mantra became, Good therapy is a change in scenery. In the safety of the therapist’s temenos (a beautiful Jungian term for the sanctity of the therapy space), patients meet the messages of the unconscious often for the first time. And in meeting these unknown voices and images, our inner and outer worlds transform themselves into newness and rebirth.

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Fundamentals of Trauma Recovery, Part 8/8

Published on December 16, 2018

By tackling pieces of your recovery to tackle that are ever-so-small, you ensure your success; this will build greater self-confidence and foundations for each further success.

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Fundamentals of Trauma Recovery, Part 7

Published on December 16, 2018

Finding meaning, creating purpose, and gaining control is a recipe that results in greater resilience and fuller recovery.

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What Makes Us Miss Relationship Red Flags?

Published on December 13, 2018

Have you come out of a relationship recently where you feel like banging your head against a wall because yet again you’ve dated someone who turned out to be a bad apple? So you go into this mantra of telling yourself there must be no good people to date, because everyone you go out with ends badly.
Your dating pattern may look something like this. You meet someone, they make you feel really good in the beginning, they treat you nicely, take you to nice places and show you a good time. Then slowly they show less interest in you. Maybe they distance themselves from you, start saying things that are hurtful, or seem to care less about your opinion?

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Making Space for Personal Growth

Published on December 2, 2018

Being too busy is a dis-ease of modern society

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