Category Archives: Counseling Reflections

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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At Last! Counseling Feedback?

At Last! Counseling Feedback? At last! The opportunity to share with clients and community members the feedback and thoughts from my dealings with clients, friends, family and self. Hopefully this will be an appropriate addition to the service and we … Continue reading

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