You’re a woman in her early thirties, dressed nicely, and on the bus coming home from work. It’s about 7pm, and dusk is arriving. You take your usual seat on the bus and
Well, this is a time of transition! We are all asking what we can do to support the shift that wants to happen away from institutionalized racism, towards understanding and healing.
Wow, what a time! Many of us are feeling tossed about by external circumstances, finding it hard to come back to center. In this chaotic moment, I want to offer the lowest-cost
When I was born, I was given up for adoption. It would take me nearly thirty years to understand how much this has affected me. Speaking as a fellow
In a recent conversation, my mom asked me why some people become addicted to drugs while others do not. I love when conversations go in a challenging direction.
In the early 1950’s, Carl Rogers—a prominent American psychologist—coined the term “client-centered.” It was actually a renaming of his original brand