Coping with Unfriending: Finding Inner Harmony in the Social Media Jungle

Picture this: you're scrolling through your Facebook feed, and suddenly you realize someone has unfriended you. Ouch! It can be a real bummer and leave you feeling all kinds of confused and sad.  In this blog, we'll dive into some strategies to help you navigate the emotional jungle of unfriending and find your inner peace. Oh, and we'll sprinkle in...[ read more ]

How To Make Friends When You’re Over 40

Making friends as an adult can be tough, especially when you're over 40. But fear not, my fellow 40-somethings! Here are some humorous yet helpful tips on how to make new friends: Channel your inner child: Remember when making friends was as easy as asking someone if they wanted to play kickball? Well, why not bring that childlike enthusiasm back...[ read more ]

Reflections On Telehealth and In-Between Spaces

Transitioning from in-person counseling to online counseling, sometimes referred to as telehealth, has been one of the biggest adjustments I’ve had to make as a therapist, and perhaps just as big of an adjustment for my clients, as well. If you’ve ever seen a therapist in-person, you probably noticed that there is a certain amount of attention that has been...[ read more ]

The Hero’s Journey

Therapy in Denver 80211

As a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in grief therapy, most of my time is spent meeting with people one-on-one for psychotherapy in my Denver office. My training is working from a depth psychology lens, or what some might refer to as a Jungian (following the principles of Carl Jung) therapist. Even though I am always looking for the unconscious (depth)...[ read more ]

You Ought To Be Ashamed Of Yourself

"Shame needs three things to grow exponentially in our lives: Secrecy, silence, and judgment." Brené Brown I have a quirky morning habit, I must confess. I don't know if it's that strange because I haven't asked anyone else about their morning quirks, either. But it's a sort of life hack that I started a few years ago that seems to...[ read more ]

Is God Allowed In Session?

Paraphrasing, a client I had several years ago remarked, "I am just so relieved that I am allowed to talk about God in here. I was sure you would think I was crazy." When I first learned that clients were afraid to talk about God, religion, or spirituality in counseling, I was pretty surprised. As a counselor, I am trained...[ read more ]

Light and Shadow

When we talk about the past, it’s really easy to go one of two ways: We can either look at the past with a golden hue, regarding everything with fondness of for the days gone by; or, we can look toward the past with pangs of regret and remorse, as if a raincloud was hanging over our entire life experience....[ read more ]

Social Media and the Avoidance of Grief

I’m as guilty as anyone else of being pretty much addicted to electronic devices. You can ask pretty much any of my colleagues about this, and they’ll tell you it’s true. I’m one of those guys who has almost every kind of portable device—and I use them all, sometimes even at the same time. If you’re in a training or...[ read more ]

We Have Come To Be Danced

We Have Come to Be Danced by Jewel Mathieson We have come to be danced not the pretty dance not the pretty pretty, pick me, pick me dance but the claw our way back into the belly of the sacred, sensual animal dance the unhinged, unplugged, cat is out of its box dance the holding the precious moment in the...[ read more ]

Good Grief

There aren't many things in life that we can be absolutely certain of. Sure, there's the old saying that the only things we can be sure of are death and taxes, which, whether we like it or not, is true. Another thing we can be sure that we will experience at one time or another is some degree of change....[ read more ]

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