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Toward the Light, Part II

I wrote last time about how I agonized over the decision to become a psychotherapist because I just couldn’t find a crystal clear sense of certainty about it. I imagined, though, that once I had made the decision and actually … Continue reading

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Toward the Light

Finally, the finish line is in sight: the soon-to-be culmination of almost nine years of constant work to become a licensed psychotherapist. I started graduate school in 2006, I started my internship in 2009, and I will attain my full … Continue reading

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Sifting and Weighing

As I mentioned last time, I’ve been having a hard time lately writing blog posts. I think one of the biggest reasons is that so much is in-process for me right now. I am in the final year of my … Continue reading

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The Gift of Listening

I grew up in a small town in Arkansas where my grandmother owned a beauty salon. She worked there until the day she died, alongside my mother and aunt (who still work there). Giving genuine attention to the people who … Continue reading

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The Editing Process (or How Time Reveals)

I was putting off working on a presentation. I presented it for the first time back in February, and now I needed and wanted to revamp it for a different venue in November. But after so many months away from … Continue reading

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