Rosy Perspective

Recent reflection regarding the development of my therapeutic skills made me realize that working with children in a variety of roles from babysitting, to teaching, to being a child therapist helped shape my current therapeutic perspectives. Children’s ability to express through language is limited as so is their ability to understand and or conceptualize abstract notions such as a emotions. ...
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The Lilly Method

Some of the methods I use in therapy are very similar to those of Jungian therapy. I love that name because it sounds like Jungle, and the psyche is very much like a jungle. I focus on the development of insight and greater consciousness / awareness, I assist in moving beyond the ego and believe in the human drive for...
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Tears of Healing

Today a clients story made me cry, like really cry, but for the first time they were tears of joy not sorrow. This person had been in treatment for several years with little reported progress primarily due to their overwhelming life circumstances.  When transferred to me they were initially defensive and expressed a lack of hope in their situation.  Painfully...
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I’m All Cracked Up

Recently during a awakening workshop the following question was asked, What is the difference between the new age consciousness movement and regular psychotherapy? When in doubt I tend to ask Spirit.  I refer to it as Spirit for the sake of simplicity, it’s an easily understood label and concept.  What I really believe it to be is the collective conscious...
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I find it important to express that a majority of what I write about will come from an inner and intuitive sense of knowing.  Some of the concepts shared in this blog may or may not be written about elsewhere; some it has been inspired from the existing wisdom of others; but an increasing percentage is now coming from within...
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