Winning – 2. Humility

This post is on the second most common theme or trait I see in patients who succeed in therapy: Humility. There are two kinds of humility I see in patients who succeed. (1) The humility to be a compliant and responsible medical patient. (2) The humility to live in the reality that clinicians and physicians…Read more Winning – 2. Humility

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In-Between Moments: 3. Afternoon Prayer for Patients

I generally reserve Saturdays for my patients who are in crisis with suicidal ideation. I know I cannot do this work alone, and on my own. I need to pray, and I need others to pray with me. This is today's prayer. Dear God, Thank You for being in the ministry of healing. Thank You…Read more In-Between Moments: 3. Afternoon Prayer for Patients

The Therapist’s Couch – 2. (Your) Comfort

Dear Friends, Something clicks when I see my patients get comfy on the couch. I bear witness:  This therapy couch is not only for them, but made by them. The postpartum mom who finally has a moment to release her self-expression, after she tried to keep a perfect facade up for others' comfort everywhere else--collapses…Read more The Therapist’s Couch – 2. (Your) Comfort