Communication

The 3 Steps That Lead to Happiness

There are three steps we can take to create happiness, make our relationships easy, and eliminate anxiety in our lives. Psychotherapy attempts to address two of these steps—not always successfully—but it doesn't address the third. By adding the third step, we change the entire game, and make it possible for us to find what so many of us are searching for. Each step in this process awakens a different degree of our consciousness.
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Communication

How To Fix All Your Relationships

Is it possible that there is one solution that will address all your relationship issues? We believe there is. It is a simple idea that was created by the father of existential psychotherapy, Rollo May. With just two sentences he addressed the complex challenges that have to do with relating to other people—including our partners, parents, children and friends. 
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The Magic Bullet in Psychotherapy

As therapists, can we offer our clients a magic bullet? Generally, I’m not a believer in magic bullets or saviors. But what if there is one? What if there is a way to help our clients—and us—alleviate suffering. Wouldn't you want that for yourself? And if it repeatedly works, by following a precise protocol, is that magic, or just a great technique?
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Viagra for the Mind

Would you like some Viagra for your mind? Viagra overrides certain limitations by altering our physiology—in both men and women. There is something similar we can do to override our psychological and emotional limitations. When we do this we essentially turbo-boost the results we achieve in our lives.
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3 Things To Do When Therapy Doesn’t Work

What can we do when we’re stuck and therapy isn’t helping? I’ve been in therapy on and off over many years and I’ve discovered three things to do when my therapy feels flat. Seek a new therapist Focus on the next steps to individuate from parents, and/or partners. Seek constitutional Homeopathic treatment. When therapy is no longer feeling productive, that doesn't necessarily mean you're the problem. So, consider the following options . . .
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