Archive for December 2022
Bringing the Soul back into Psychology
By Elani Engelken MA, MFTC, LPCC One of my previous posts gave a brief synopsis of the historical and cultural role of soul in psychology in the West. I received my masters in a program, grounded in depth psychology, an orientation started by Carl Jung, a Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. Jung believed that the psyche…Read More
Holiday Presence || By Victoria Bresee MA, MAR, CHt.
Does your chest tighten and heart race, just thinking about the next few days? Do you wonder how you’re going to get everything done? Are you already dreading having to spend time with certain people? Are you worried about your finances? No matter what our religious beliefs, December in America can run us through the…Read More
Holiday Season Poop! A New Take on Gratitude that will set you Free || By Lora Cheadle, JD, CHt
The day before Thanksgiving I had lunch with my extended family. Over lunch we had a conversation about food and health. I shared that I had joined Weight Watchers because of my realization that my diet and portion size had gotten out of control. Living with a husband and two sons who are always hungry,…Read More