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What is EMDR & how can it help me? EMDR stands for eye movement desensitization and reprocessing. It is a therapy proven to heal people heal from PTSD, traumatic memories, fears, phobias, anxieties, addictions, and relationship difficulties (affairs, divorce, breakups). EMDR is administered by a trained,...

Splankna is a Greek word meaning mind/body/spirit. Splankna energy healing is a holistic form of spiritual energy work that heals the mind, body and spirit. The technique consists of using muscle tests to identify what emotions a client is carrying in their body or subconscious (i.e. DNA,...

Equal Opportunity Affairs: Infidelity and the Web of Shame. Infidelity & affairs contribute to shame, and the inner critic.The Inner Critic For most of my clients, affairs start innocently enough. They are equal opportunity affairs --These situations happen to both men and women in equal proportions. Many...

THE INNER CRITIC, SHAME and PERFECTIONISM Perfectionism and shame sometimes take the shape of an Inner Critic. You know that voice? The one inside your head that tells you that "You're not good enough." The one that tries to make you do everything perfectly and...

COUNSELING & SUPPORT VS. "THE LONE RANGER" Our stubbornly independent "pull yourself up by your bootstraps" culture in the US, can help us grow to be self-sufficient, successful human beings. However, it can also lead to our downfall. "We stumble over our strengths, not our...

Are you an empath?  Do you find yourself in the same types of unhealthy relationships?  Let's take a look at what's really going on...

It seems to me that the New Year's Resolutions so eagerly made on January 1st, and quickly forgotten and broken, leaving their owners feeling guilty…..like a failure….something we use to "beat ourself up" instead of the intended, constructive purpose.   If we must make a...

Loving others, loving myself, loving God. We can't offer others what we first haven't offered to ourself. It is critical to demonstrate self-love & compassion. As Kahlil Gibran eloquently state, "And God said, Love your Enemy. And I obeyed and loved myself." Often, we don't learn...