Am I unlovable? Getting to the other side of depression

Working with people for the past 22 years, I have heard many say, “I have been so hurt, abused, neglected and abandoned and sometimes these memories arise and I am just as angry as I was or couldn’t be then.”  It is with the deepest empathy that I hear the pain,...

LGBTQ Competence in Psychotherapy

When I think of meeting new people for the first time, whether they are clients, colleagues or at a party there are basic questions that help us break the ice and get to know one another.  For example, what do you do for living; are you married; do you have children,...

Dreams Change

When a child is born, and parents first look at this precious gift; their hopes and dreams for their child begin to take physical form and become reality.  Some may find out ahead of time which they are having, and begin to prepare the nursery for the gender they are...