Tag Archives: Books

Ten Skills to help you get real

I got this list from Susan Campbell’s website. It is a handy, concise checklist of skills we need to practice in order to get real. I work with this list with a lot of the folks who visit my office for counseling. Getting real is living and relating from a place of clear and present […]

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Culture Quake – the book

I just ordered this book. Given the economic downturn, the imminent arrival of peak oil, and growing world population, there is a perfect storm brewing that will probably really upset the apple cart. Hopefully this book will help us figure out how to prepare a little better for the coming storm.

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The Happiness Trap

I am reading this now – it is great. A very readable, understandable approach to ACT. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to be free from the mind. And, it has a nice followup website for the book as well.

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New Office Report, update

The new office is working out great– everyone seems comfortable enough. Inviting people to your home is a lot more personal and intimate than inviting them to a professional office complex. I think that I was a little nervous about opening my life up that much and being that transparent. My profession of psychology teaches […]

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Great Book for those who suffer from trauma, PTSD, etc.

Great Book for those who suffer from trauma, PTSD, etc.

Are you a trauma survivor? Do you suffer from PTSD? I think you might be able to benefit from this book by Claude Thomas, a Vietnam vet who became a Zen monk. Claude has suffered greatly in his life. He was abused as a child, went to Vietnam and entered combat at 17, and lived […]

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