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

Entrepreneurs & Start-Up Professionals Get Support Too

In the daunting, isolating world of Entrepreneurs & Start-Up Founders, many people have a hard time getting the emotional support they need. Many of my clients who are Entrepreneurs and Start-up Professionals & Founders report being overwhelmed, without… Read More

Step Out of the Chaos & Embrace Yourself

When we choose to live authentically, we establish good boundaries and healthier interactions. We take responsibility for our roles. We step outside the dysfunctional system we’ve been in. By no longer colluding in the dysfunction, we up-end the… Read More

See Denver Youth Achieving: cityWILD Spring Dinner

cityWILD is a bold effort to bring the typically exclusive world of outdoor experiential education to a broad non-traditional audience: low-income youth of color. For the past 14 years, we have been providing tuition-free, comprehensive experiential education programs… Read More

Psychological Diagnosis: Dangerous, Desirable, or Both?

Psychological Diagnosis: Dangerous, Desirable, or Both? How do labels hurt and how can they be helpful? Published on February 3, 2012 by Susan Heitler, Ph.D. in Resolution, Not Conflict

“A Father’s Quest To Help His Severely Disabled Son”

Another challenging and eye-opening interview on Fresh Air from WHYY: “A Father’s Quest To Help His Severely Disabled Son” “When he was 8 months old, Walker Brown was diagnosed with cardiofaciocutaneous syndrome (CFC), a rare disorder that left… Read More