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In Praise of Empathy
The communication of empathy with another provides a supportive context, even a healing aspect for both client and practitioner whether coach, consultant, or therapist. Two-way empathy supports a client’s self-validation and can encourage further self-exploration. As change agents, we are a thought partner who allows a client to move to deeper levels of self-exploration with our empathetic communication.
Love Lingers Here: Enduring Intimate Relationships IV: The New Self and Founding Story
Note: The entire revised and expanded book, Love Lingers Here, can now be purchased. Here is link to purchase of …
Four Assumptive Worlds of Psychopathy IV: The World of Social Deviation
Could the pathology be traced to the social structure or could the pathology be just a convenient social construction used by a specific society to discourage or thwart the display of certain behaviors?
Leading into the Future III: From the Pendulum to the Fire
This essay concerns a critical concept as we prepare to lead into the future: the changes we are now experiencing are not reversible.
Pathways to Sleep I: An Introduction
Welcome to the Pathways to Sleep project. As part of this project, I have identified four components of an individualized …
What Keeps High-Achieving Women From Choosing Executive Positions. VI. Results: Themes One – Three
The intent of the research was to discover and share the inner factors—the beliefs, needs, aspirations, traits and choices—that are keeping this group of women from moving into executive positions.
The New Johari Window: #8 Unpredictability
Many relationships that could be labeled postmodern are poised on the edge of chaos. Chaos is defined here as a state of unpredictability—as a system in which certainty and uncertainty are in interplay with one another.
Love Lingers Here: Intimate Enduring Relationships. X. Forming a Relationship
In general, we find that couples move through four overall stages of development, the initial stage being defined as “forming,” and the subsequent three stages being defined as “storming,” “norming” and “performing” — to borrow terms used by Tuchman.
The Case of Yael by Louis Breger, Ph.D.
We present one of the cases from Psychotherapy: Lives Intersecting and then provide our own comments regarding this case, exploring the inter-subjectivity perspective that underlies Lou Breger’s work.