On Blame

“Blame is simply the discharging of discomfort and pain. It has an inverse relationship with accountability. Accountability by definition is a vulnerable process. It means calling you and saying ‘hey my feelings were really hurt about this’ and talking, It’s not blaming. Blaming is simply a way to discharge anger.” Blame is one of the […]

When to Fire Your Therapist

The ending process of therapy is just as delicate if not more so than the first few sessions. While your time in therapy is of course completely voluntary, ending abruptly or prematurely can actually be fairly harmful for you. Just as with most relationships, the therapeutic one needs to end on a healthy note of […]

When Therapy Doesn’t Work

For some people, psychotherapy is a life changing experience. For others, it is a complete waste of energy. What really determines the nature of the experience you or your loved ones have is how able you and they are to really take a step back to examine themselves with a very deep, yet compassionate lens. […]

Going to the Source with Sibling Therapy

The wounds that come from a childhood riddled with family dysfunction can affect us for the rest of our lives. They influence the quirks and eccentricities that make us who we are, but they also have the ability to create deeply rooted fears, shame, and pain in our psyches. More often, however, it is the […]

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