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It can be pretty crazy-making when the various internal voices in our heads don’t agree with each other. Sometimes it’s obvious what’s happening, and sometimes not. When that happens there’s just an unidentifiable sense of discomfort. We’ve all got different … Continue reading
“Out of the One comes the Two. Out of the Two comes the Three. Out of the Three comes the One as the Fourth.” — xiom of Maria Prophetessa “The fourth wave knows itself as the ocean.” — Ram … Continue reading
San Francisco has some unique Mental Health needs… and I’m not even thinking about the guy on your bus this morning. We are a city of incredibly successful, innovative people, especially within the realm of software and technology. And, our … Continue reading
If you are struggling with thoughts and emotions that are hard to control, then ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) may be helpful. ACT cleverly teaches you to first notice, then accept and even embrace your thoughts and feelings. It helps … Continue reading
I’ve coined a new word, or rather, a new definition of a sort-of new word: “Tansphilic”. Meaning “loving of, having an affinity for, transformation” (from trans, “beyond,” and philic, “loving, affinity for”). My contention here is that depression itself is … Continue reading
People in distress don’t come into therapy to talk about feeling happy. Clients need someone to hear and see their pain. They need to know they are not alone. They want to develop insight and change behavior. They want relief. … Continue reading
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), a group psychotherapy developed by Zindel Segal, J. Mark Williams and John Teasdale, prevents depression relapse through a synthesis of mindfulness and cognitive therapy. The practice of mindfulness helps us to pay attention. It allows “emergent insight … Continue reading
“What on earth is DBT?” “DBT – I would never want to do that!” “DBT is only for clients with very severe diagnoses”, “DBT is behavioral – ugh!” As DBT takes on a bigger and bigger presence in the psychotherapy … Continue reading