Archive | May, 2011

The Creative Power of Thinking Together

This morning I am thinking about how psychotherapy, at its essence, is about thinking. About the client and I thinking together. Joining our minds. I wrote about this some months back, and again this morning, the power of psychotherapy, the creativity really, is on my mind. Psychotherapy is about the client and therapist using their […]

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Men Are From…

In the early ‘90s, the author John Gray published his now famous book about the differences between the genders. And since then there has been fascinating research about biological and psychological differences between men and women. From my own research conducted through my work with men and women, I have to differ form Mr. Gray’s […]

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