New Year Resolutions: It isn’t about changing yourself

What if you approached 2013 with a creative spin on the old New Year’s Resolution? What if you took the attitude that it wasn’t about changing or improving yourself, but about becoming more of yourself?

This way of thinking is at the root of Jungian psychology. I like counseling from this perspective because it works from the premise […]

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Dream Series: Do Dreams Matter?

The purpose or function of dreaming has been hypothesized about for hundreds of years across cultural and religion, from Egypt to Aboriginal Australia, from folklore to psychology. Do dreams predict the future? Are they telling us what we are not paying attention to in our lives? Do they reveal secret wishes, repressed thoughts and feelings? Are […]

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Dream Series: How to Remember Dreams

When I was a teen, I developed curiosity about the functions of dreams. With just a little exposure to dreamwork, I began writing them down. I noticed that the more I logged my dreams, the more I seemed to be dreaming. The act of writing them down seemed to help me remember them better, with more detail and frequency. […]

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What is Psychotherapy?

A place where you can speak your truth, and not be alone.

A unique relationship devoted to tending your soul’s needs.

A place to sort out the complications of life.

A time to reflect on what matters to you most.

Psychotherapy can be many things.  I work with people to help resolve the issues that keep them from living a full and […]

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