Do you often — too often — feel uncertain or second guess yourself?

01.21.2014 -

When something is right, we know it. When something is wrong we know that too. Uncertainty is a normal experience, but when it becomes a way of life it is not an easy life to live. Attachment theorists talk about ambivalent attachment styles –living ambivalently can also become a lifestyle. The good news is lifestyles […]

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Tools for Holiday Tensions

11.25.2013 -

It’s three days before Thanksgiving. The rush of holiday preparations and all the mixed feelings and expectations that  come with them are upon us. I had the honor of sitting with two clients today who were preparing to travel to family for Thanksgiving. Both were able to express and then explore their resistance to going. […]

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A brief note about what’s behind the offerings at Courageous Heart Therapies

02.17.2011 -

At Courageous Heart Therapies our work is not based on the intention to regress and explain but instead on the capacity to touch earlier states and present time simultaneously and let the resources of now influence the body’s memories of then. There really is distance between the challenges in our past and our life in […]

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