Category Archives: Mind-body-spirit Integration

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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The Growth of Soul

Claire N Scott, Ph.D. “The purpose of life is … to grow the soul.”  So says author Christina Baldwin.  (1, p.47).  I agree.  That’s part of my personal myth. Carl Jung, the famous Swiss psychiatrist and contemporary of Freud, said … Continue reading

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Protecting and Preserving the Innocent One Within

  By Metta Sweet Edge, LCSW Since I’ve been practicing psychotherapy, no other societal event has been so present in my clients’ sessions as the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut on December 14, 2012.  For the weeks following, … Continue reading

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The Thinking Mind

by Molly Keeton Parnell, Ph.D. “Mind, body, and breath complete the circle of life” This is what my yoga instructor stated last week as we were moving into Savasana, or the meditation portion of the class. This observation gave me … Continue reading

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NEWS FLASH: Scientific Evidence Supports Being Nice To Yourself

By Claire N. Scott, Ph.D. I was delighted to see a recent article in a psychology journal that offers scientific evidence that being nice to ourselves is a more skillful way of dealing with our screw-ups than being hard on … Continue reading

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