Archive | February, 2013


I think that is one of the most beautiful words in the English language: “reflection.” I’d like to reflect on it for a moment. One meaning of the word is to do what I am doing now: reflection as a time of quiet thought and consideration. A person may reflect at different times throughout the […]

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I am reluctant to reduce psychotherapy, at least as I understand the practice, to one word. Could one be more reductionist? Psychotherapy is a complex relationship between two people and their unconscious worlds. It is anything but simple. And yet, that is what I feel like doing at the moment: reducing the scope of psychotherapy […]

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