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Secret Lives of Therapists

Reading the article the Secret Lives of Therapists, I found myself writing in the margins and highlighting things. What first made me pause was the following “What are you like outside the office? Here are some things we can’t do … Continue reading

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Healing Self

Do you find that healing and self-compassion interrelate in some way? A palliative caregiver describes the greatest regret expressed by the dying: I didn’t live true to myself. To “live true” we need to awaken self-compassion and love ourselves into … Continue reading

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Worrying

Worrying is one of the most unproductive tasks that many of us take part in despite knowing it will often get us nowhere. I have learned to fix stress; it pays to set some parameters around dealing with such pain. … Continue reading

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Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance

How homeless families are helped- The support system is a sprawling mix of agencies and programs offering everything from parenting classes to different levels of housing, each with its own rules and time limits that often are tied to funding. … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Words

If there’s a specific behavior you want to change, a cognitive behavior therapist might be helpful; if your interested in self-reflection, interpersonal or psychodynamic approaches might work best. If relationship issues are key, couples or family therapy may be indicated. … Continue reading

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