Monthly Archives: February 2011

Emotional Support? Lucky you!

Emotional Support? What does emotional support look like? It is a vague concept that few can accurately describe but it is an essential life tool for being our best selves. Emotional support can take many forms and can come from … Continue reading

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Crisis Counseling: Focus=Intensity

Crisis Counseling: Focus=Intensity Often when I am called into a case I find that the situation is very acute. The child, individual, couple and/ or family have developed and maintained a behavior pattern that is so difficult to break that … Continue reading

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Emotional Experiences that Heal You

Emotional Experiences that Heal Are there defining moments? Maybe but sometimes these defining moments are a culmination of small healing moments. I remember being in grad school and doing a project on multicultural counseling; being interested in Rastafari at the time, … Continue reading

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