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Love For Family and Loved Ones In The Context of COVID During The Holiday Season And Beyond
  During the holiday season, we all have a deep yearning to be with family and loved ones. In my view, that yearning is the eternal call of the soul toward Unity, fueled and energized by Love.  In that light, Love sees no barriers while Fear does. The expression of Love, however, can take many “forms” and can be expressed and received in infinite ways. We simply need to be “open” to giving and receiving Love in all its infinite “forms” and “expressions.” It is in the above context, then, that the Truth behind Love is that it operates by

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Building Sound Self-Esteem

September 16 — October 14, 2021 online interactive zoom workshop Building Sound Self-Esteem   Regain Your Confidence If you’ve ever felt insecure or “less than” or compared yourself unfavorably with others, you’ll want to know about our upcoming “Building Sound Self-Esteem”workshop, which starts Thursday, September 16th. This workshop contains all the ideas, tips and techniques I’ve collected over the past four decades to help you feel more secure, warm and loving toward yourself and eliminate the debilitating effect that irrational guilt has on your life. That way, you’ll regain the confidence that may have eluded you and start creating the
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Virginia Satir’s Genius: An Overview

online interactive zoom workshop Virginia Satir’s Genius: An Overview   Virginia Satir’s genius had a profound impact on Humanistic Psychology, and it continues to resonate throughout our field today. She is a past-president of AHP and helped open psychology to viewing all members of each family as an interwoven, interactive system. She is often seen as the Mother of Family Therapy and there are currently two international organizations actively applying and researching her work. Her wish to be a “Detective about Parents” led her on a lifelong pursuit to understand family systems. She was a teacher and she believed that

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