Personal Growth · Psychotherapy · Spirituality

Freedom From Thinking

The Problem Thinking is the both the most powerful and by far the most destructive ability possessed by the human species. We constantly find ourselves caught up in the whirlwind of pointless thought. Why pointless?  Because studies have shown that over 90% of our thoughts are repetitive and even worse, these thoughts are typically negative.… Continue reading Freedom From Thinking

Personal Growth · Psychotherapy

Finding Meaning as an Introvert

Personality Types Carl Jung, one of the early pioneers in the field of psychiatry during the late 19th and early 20th centuries was the first to create a classification system for personality types. Jung placed individuals in one of two main categories; Extraverted (E) or Introverted (I).  He also added two pairs of additional subcategories;… Continue reading Finding Meaning as an Introvert


You May Be Expecting Perfection and Not Even Know It

As young children we are guided by our parents, caretakers and teachers to learn, grow and expand our cognitive abilities.  We learn through modeling, direction and trial and error.  Most of us became accustomed to practice, repetition, testing and positive reinforcement.  We have learned that it is “good” to succeed and “bad” to fail.  And… Continue reading You May Be Expecting Perfection and Not Even Know It


5 Ways to Cope with Post Election Stress

The extraordinary events of this election season and subsequent voting results have, unquestionably, created a tremendous amount of fear, uncertainty, emotion and anxiety for a large portion of American citizens.  If you are one of those individuals who woke up on November 9th, 2016 with intense sensations of dread and emptiness, then you are not… Continue reading 5 Ways to Cope with Post Election Stress