I am jumping for joy because I will be offering a 1 day training in the Phoenix Effect Process as part of the annual conference sponsored by ACEP, the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology on May 29, 2014 in Phoenix AZ.
Stephen MItchell’s brilliant book,The Second Book of the Tao, is the kind of book that I love to open at random in order to find some inspiration.
Wow, I just got word that my eBook, Grownup Love: Getting It and Keeping It, is a finalist in the prestigious Global Ebook Contest for 2012!
As I glanced at my blog page I noticed that my last blog was in April! Where did May go? I guess that I have been busy getting ready for ACEP’s 14th Annual Energy Psychology Conference from June 1-3 in San Diego at Loew’s Coronado Bay Resort.
Dr.Steve Manire,DC,CEPH from Little Rock Arkansas sent me this glowing review of Grownup Love:Getting It and Keeping It. I am thrilled that he is sharing my work with others.
Feb 14th is approaching and thoughts of love are in the air. My latest Ebook, Grownup Love:Getting It and Keeping It, makes a great Valentine’s Day gift for yourself or a loved one.
I am thrilled to share that my latest Ebook, Grownup Love: Getting It and Keeping It, is now officially available on Kindle!
These past few weeks I have been invited to get my word out through various media opportunities. Most of you were busy preparing for Thanksgiving so you most likely missed my appearance on Christopher McAuliffe’s radio show, The Coaching Show.
In addition to being a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist I am also a Wedding Minister. Therefore, I see couples on their happiest day as well as times when relationships deteriorate and the once happy couple has lost their loving feeling.
Here is an excerpt from my forthcoming eBook, Grownup Love: How to Create it and Keep it.
As a Marriage and Family therapist I do my best to stay informed about the latest findings in my field.
One night I was watching a very old black and white film from the 1940’s and noticed that graying, older actors were portraying characters who were supposed to be in their fifties.
Cheryl came to see me for counseling and complained about her awful marriage, how unhappy she was with her husband, and that she was contemplating getting a divorce.