Finding Healing and Connection in the Therapeutic Relationship

Highlighting the transformational and transpersonal aspects of the therapy process on both the client and the therapist.

The Google Memo Controversy - Revisited

The Google Memo Controversy - Revisited

I am revisiting my original blog about the Google Memo controversy in order to examine my own biases and assumptions made when I initially read the article. I hope this prompts others to examine their own biases and prejudices and to own mistakes made. I truly hope we can start building bridges and listen to opposing views with open minds and open hearts.

Investigating False Claims of Evidence-Based Psychotherapy

The false narratives of evidence-based claims are perpetuating turf-wars between psychotherapy models and failing our clients. This article creates awareness of the harmful effects of the false either-or argument between person-centered and techniques-centered groups. It also provides a clear and compelling case in calling practitioners and researchers across different psychotherapy models to unite together to work towards true evidence-based psychotherapy practice.

Cultivating Self-Compassion Using Parts Work In Therapy - An Illustration

A session vignette that illustrates the use of Parts Work in Therapy using the Internal Family Systems model to cultivate self-compassion in the healing of Childhood Emotional Neglect.

Money Matters in Therapy - Charging Clients, Cancellation Fees, Negotiating and Enforcing Rules

Money Matters in Therapy - Charging Clients, Cancellation Fees, Negotiating and Enforcing Rules

A therapist’s guide to building a framework for making informed decisions around money matters, to navigate and think through the relevant practice rules and policies, especially around when to be flexible and open to negotiating vs. enforcing the set rules regarding fees.