Category Archives: Career Planning & Life Direction

The Possibility of Change

by Laura McNulty, LMFT People often come to therapy because they would like something in their lives to change.  It might be a relationship (or lack thereof), a creative rut, a detrimental habit or a general sense of imbalance.  People … Continue reading

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Get on With Your Life!

(Intro by Micky O’Leary, Ph.D.) I’ve always been interested in death. What happens? Where do our souls go? How can death inform our living? Recently, a movement called “Death Café” has sprung up around the country. It started in Europe … Continue reading

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Grow Up!

By: Elizabeth Eiland, LMSW What does it mean to be an adult? And does age have anything to do with it? I would guess that most of us, as children, wished at some point to be grown up. For some, … Continue reading

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The Already and the Not Yet: The Paradox of Acceptance and Change

by Elizabeth Eiland, LMSW   We begin to find and become ourselves when we notice how we are already found, already truly, entirely, wildly, messily, marvelously who we were born to be. ~Anne Lamott   Like many of us, I … Continue reading

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Limitations

By Claire N. Scott, Ph.D. One of my father’s favorite sayings was:  “You can do anything if you just put your mind to it.” My father practiced what he preached.  Raised in poverty and having only an eighth grade education, he … Continue reading

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