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  • Working Together with Trauma in a Committed Relationship

    Recently, I wrote an article called “Working Together with Trauma in a Committed Relationship” for the website Marriage.com. It’s a powerful article and asks a lot of the average person. Still, I’m hopeful that we can all learn how to work together with and through trauma […]

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  • True Freedom is the Marriage and Balance of Opposites

    Awhile back, this phrase came to me on a walk. I was reflecting on the many ways that we experience different emotional states of being, most often being diving into one while forgetting the other exists. At some point, though, I recognized that our best action […]

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  • Trauma Resolution and Biomimicry

    “Why are animals in the wild, though routinely threatened, rarely traumatized? By understanding the dynamics that make wild animals virtually immune to traumatic symptoms, the mystery of human drama is unveiled.” -Peter Levine Last week I heard a talk by Jamie Dwyer from Biomimicry 3.8 […]

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  • Take Heart from Every Breakthrough

    (Welcome to the first blog of an ongoing series of small blog posts on key topics relating to spiritually-focused somatic psychotherapy, coaching, and spiritual counseling. I hope you find them inspiring…) “Take heart from every insight and breakthrough that comes your way. Each time you make […]

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