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Tag Archives: Self-Care
In case you’ve been on the fence, wondering why psychotherapy? and especially, in case you’re wondering why group psychotherapy? With so many opportunities for self-help, self-empowerment, life-coaching, etc. one might be tempted to ask: Why do we need psychology at … Continue reading
Fathering the Boy Within: Access the Mature Masculine Lead by: Jody Grose & John E. Mancini February 7th, 9am-4pm 3 Barnard Lane, 3rd Flr. Bloomfield, CT 06002 This workshop for men will focus … Continue reading
Chapter Four*: Loving Fear and Fearing Love—The Ego’s Story This verse introduces the ego’s story as presented to us in A Course in Miracles (ACIM). The final line, “you can choose love for that is what you are,” embodies the purpose of … Continue reading
Do you have trouble saying no? Do you often find yourself doing things for others that you wish you weren’t doing? Have you identified yourself as a ‘people pleaser’? If so, you are not alone. In my work as a … Continue reading