Life Requires a Leap in Faith

"To live in faith that the whole world is on your side so long as you are true to the best that is in you."      ~ Christian D. Larson

I recently had a conversation with my uncle about faith. He grew-up as the son of...


7 Tips to Control Anger

Anger can range from mild irritation to out-of-control rage.

When anger is managed well, it can provide a healthy release, a motivator for change, or a self-empowering strategy.  Anger also is a protectant from underlying feelings of pain, fear, guilt, or shame.  It is a normal human response, an indicator of hurt, and promoter of transformation.

When anger reaches an elevated state, the pre-frontal cortex, the thinking part of the brain is...


Change Comes in Mysterious Forms

“Jung introduced the idea of synchronicity to strip off the fantasy, magic, and superstition which surround and are provoked by unpredictable, startling, and impressive events that, like these, appear to be connected.” ― Jung, Synchronicity

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

I have been seeing a woman...


How to Soothe Fears and Worries

We all have worries and fears. They can easily disempower us and keep us stuck. I witness it with myself and with people who enter my office. Falling into the trap of worry and fear doesn’t have to be the default.

Here is an example of how I worked through some of the fears with, Susan, a pseudo name of a person who came to see me in my office.

Susan began the session sharing worries, doubts,...

Page 1 of 3123