Monthly Archives: February 2017

Trump, the election, and psychotherapy – 2

Another short video demonstrating when therapy is useful, going somewhere, productive, and when it’s a waste.  More often then not, I’m hearing from people, it’s a waste, particularly as they talk about Trump.  Please take a look at this 10 … Continue reading

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Trump, the election, and psychotherapy.

Never in my 30 years of doing this work has the same question come up remotely as much as it has in the past half year.  Friends ask, colleagues debate, and patients ask.  I’ve posted my answer as a video … Continue reading

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addicted? hesitating? “paralysis by analysis”

I’m cited several times in a good brief article about a common block in moving our lives forward.  It’s about voice training but the same words apply to psychotherapy and life. https://www.edgestudio.com/blogs/are-you-addicted-voice-over-training Or just read it here: Are you addicted to … Continue reading

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