Tag Archives: psychotherapy

Tiny Doorways

You might have noticed that I have been writing shorter, simpler blog posts lately. It has been feeling more in tune with my own recent experiences of learning to listen to soul. Listening to what is alive and true for … Continue reading

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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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