Tag Archives: PTSD

Self-Harm Research Study- University of Memphis

Purpose of study: This research seeks to examine how and if self-injury impacts the telling of one’s life-history. For the purpose of this study, we will use the definition of self-injury as observed by the International Society for the Study of Self-Injury (2007). We will specifically be looking at non-suicidal self-injury, which is the intentional […]

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What I do–

What I do–

My office is a safe place to heal from deep pain, dark secrets, and resolve emotionally complex life situations. I can help you move on and chart a new course. I am very relaxed and informal. I am not conventional, stuffy or judgmental. I work quietly and deeply. I work very well with sensitive people […]

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A few seconds can change your life

On Monday, April 4th, I awoke and went through my normal morning routine. In checking the weather I noticed that there was “possibly severe weather” predicted for the day- that’s typical for this time of year for those of us who live in a tornado alley. My wife Carol left the house on foot for […]

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7 Steps to Total Health

This 7-step framework comes partially from the work of Dr. Steven Ilardi. I have modified it but I use a lot of his ideas. He outlines a 6-step program in his excellent little book The Depression Cure which I highly recommend. Here are a couple of differences in my work and that of Dr. Ilardi. […]

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