Whether working as a therapist, social worker, or psychiatrist, the question often comes up as to how to address behavioral change, how to make it happen, and how to speed it up; and inevitably the client or patient will make some comment about addressing their mental...
Our identity, shaped by biology, family, society, and cultural practices becomes the lens, with its biases and assumptions, through which we experience the world.
Exploring the idea of religion or creed, on the draw from individualism to collectivism.
Democracy exists at the intersection of humanity’s greatest potential and all our foibles. We explore why it’s important to vote.
Exploring how anecdotes influence our perspective and the stories we tell. Expanding our stories increases our ability to find common ground.
Looking at change as a foundational law of life can help us on our journeys of discovery and see others more clearly.
Discussing the replication problem in psychology and how challenging data is part of the process of discovery, not a sign to dismiss what’s come before.
Contemplate what it means to live in the present and be the best you can be. The present holds all that is possible.
Don’t make assumptions, we only know so much. Communication, how works and doesn’t work, and impacts our relationships.
Through the lens of “Don’t take anything personally” – How others see us and how we see ourselves is Part 3 of a 6 part series on Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
Through the lens of “be impeccable with your word” – How our word binds us and sets us free is Part 2 of a 6 part series on Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
Beginning any journey starts with your first step. Our journey begins with an exploration of Don Miguel Ruiz’s, The Four Agreements. This is the first part of a six-part series.