Becoming Safely Embodied Online Skills Course Registration ends soon! Click here to find out more information and to register The Becoming Safely Embodied Skills are designed to help you organize what’s confusing and disorienting so you can live a more satisfying and fulfilling life. Each one of the BSE Skills were created to help calm […]
I have been on retreat — and suddenly realized, Goodness! The book comes out in 3 days!!! Jeepers. People have been incredibly supportive. Some received their copies having bought directly from the publisher, W.W. Norton. My friend and colleague, Kristen, from Sweden posted her comments on Facebook. I shared her comment on the video. If […]
In the latest Embodied Practices group we started exploring the distinctions between compassion, self-compassion, and empathy. Where are they the same? Where are they different? Here’s a start to the conversation exploring the differences Daniel Goldman makes. His three categories are: cognitive empathy emotional empathy empathic concern Cognitive empathy allows us to understand […]
All relationships involve skirmishes. It’s sort of a given. It’s also why some people avoid getting close to others because those skirmishes can be disruptive. I’ve had my fair share over the years. Had one the other day with a colleague that I actually like really well. While some of these skirmishes are private, this […]
A Healing Workshop for Health Care Professionals May 10-12, 2013 / Watertown, MA There is a native, natural, organic urge we all have to connect, to be close to, to be a part of, to belong. For many people this basic need can get wounded and we end up feeling that something important got […]
It helps during a busy season to pause and replenish our hearts. This meditation of Remembrance is taken from the mystical traditions given to to you as a gift to help you replenish your heart, your connection to the true goodness which is your source.
A two day workshop on the Becoming Safely Embodied Skills will be held in Portland, Maine, March 1-2, 2013. The BSE mindfulness skill based approach is dedicated to helping clients with a traumatic or disorganized experience of life gain control over their internal world by giving structured practices they can use between therapy sessions.
Last week I had the very good fortune to spend two days with a group of therapists in Glasgow, Scotland. Dr. Frank Corrigan invited me to spend time with them in what turns out to be an immensely nourishing experience. Susan Marr is one of the therapists who came. Her wisdom showered us and […]
Over the weekend I was attending a workshop given by Allan Schore in Portland, Maine. Deb Dana was the person who has organized Allan’s workshop and had it in this beautiful location. I loved the bathrooms that had wall-to-wall blackboards, although it was a bit unsettling to find one cabana (aka “stall”) with the […]
In September, 2012 I’m off to lead a workshop with therapists in Scotland. Preparing for that visit I asked the publisher to send me manuals. They ordered me a substantial price reduction if I ordered more — so I did! Since I won’t need the whole amount for Scotland I wanted to pass the […]