Fellow Therapists: Embodied Collaborative Psychotherapy (ECP) is here!

  Do you have a client who is stuck in their therapy process? Do you have a client who struggles to stay embodied enough to communicate verbally while triggered? Which of your clients would benefit from therapeutic touch… Read More

Embodied Collaborative Psychotherapy (ECP)- April Intensive

Do you get flustered when trying to talk about your feelings? Do you feel stuck in your healing process? Are you ready to regain momentum?   “Deep healing on your own terms… with the extra juice that comes… Read More

Connection & Belonging Soothe Isolation & Rejection

From the Times of Israel a powerful blog post on the importance of community to bring a sense of connection and belonging to families adjusting to an out LGBTQ child in the midst of a community that has historically… Read More

Resource: Support Makes Separation & Divorce Less Adversarial

I encourage people in relationships to find a relationship counselor long before it’s needed. For those in relationships who don’t, it’s sometimes too late to save the relationship. At the same time, counseling can be the perfect resource to… Read More

Build Shock Absorbers For a Stable Foundation

Skyscrapers and highways use shock absorbers to protect their integrity and stability when the earth trembles beneath them. My work with clients serves the same purpose. I help people install shock absorbers so their emotional experiences do not rattle… Read More

Healthy Boundaries: Keeping Work at Work

In the 21st century, it’s increasingly difficult to differentiate between work space and life space. How can we keep work from intruding on our personal time if we fear it puts our job at risk for someone who… Read More

Holding Space & Creating Boundaries

One of the most important boundaries we can create with others gives us held space. Held space is an emotional setting in which those in it with us feel safe to be authentic and to speak from a… Read More

Morning Routines Shape the Rest of Your Day!

Taking the time and making the commitment to create a good morning routine pays off in spades. Even if it only lasts a week, then you go out of town, come home and fail to get back into… Read More

Not My Circus, Not My Monkeys: Resilience to Anxiety & Burnout

Thank you to everyone who participated, asked questions, and shared during my recent #DenStartupWeek Panel Discussion on fostering resilience to anxiety and burnout as entrepreneurs and startup professionals. The event was standing room only and the conversation was… Read More

Steer Me, Guide Me: Practice the Tough Stuff with Your Therapist

Recently, I experienced one of the more powerful, important conversations a therapist can have with a client. Deep in the middle of an intense exploration, my client asked me what they should do. This is a trick question… Read More