Posts tagged 'therapy'

Grateful

Friday, April 10th, 2020

I find myself dearly grateful to be able to still meet with my beloved therapy clients online. I emphasized with one of them today the importance of matching the intensity of our self-care with the intensity of our stress. This pandemic is a time to be bold with finding ways we can connect to loved […]

Listening

Monday, February 24th, 2020

“No one listens, they tell me, and so I listen…and I tell them what they have just told me, and I sit in silence, listening to them, letting them grieve. ‘Julian, you are wise,’ they say, ‘You have been gifted with understanding.’ All I did was listen. For I believe full surely that God’s spirit […]

Clinical hypnosis

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019

Clinical hypnosis had me at hello. I have attended all kinds of ongoing education conferences over the years as a psychologist and over the past year, I have devoted my ongoing education to the field of hypnosis. Here’s what it’s not. It won’t make you cluck like a chicken. That’s stage or entertainment hypnosis. You […]

my therapy office

Monday, March 16th, 2015

sweet friends, i spend so much of my time in my therapy office. it is a central place my heart lives. encounters here inspired me to write my first book. people rise. spring is sprung. art + living are braided. i wanted you to meet “her”. leap of faith art by jane evershed a few […]

magnify it

Monday, October 6th, 2014

this piece was inspired by a conversation i had with a dear client. about a tendency to tuck away vulnerability. to be fooled into thinking such beautiful tenderness is something to hide. something to not feel good about…as if no strength could be found here. no power. no might. and then this sprung. the paradox: […]