Category Archives: therapy

An IM Session on Hypnosis and Human Potential

When I am not with a client I Usually like to work undisturbed. A good friend of mine likes to chat over Yahoo Messenger. So after I get over a conversation with her, I often forget to close it out (since she loves to say — I gotta make a sandwich, I’ll be right back: […]

Consumer Reports and the Dodo Bird Verdict for Psychology

The magazine “Consumer Reports,” published by the Consumer’s Union did a study in 1995 about the effectiveness of psychological treatments. Basically, the question was what treatments work? and how well? The study was important enough that the later President of the American Psychological Association (the most prestigious and authoritive society of psychology) enthusiastically endorsed the […]

Don’t do anything you can’t do well

“Don’t do anything you can’t do well” — Signed by Marlee Matlin in “Children of a Lesser God”. That’s an attitude that’s easy to catch! It reminds me of my mom saying: “Anything worth doing is worth doing well,” My mom’s saying was barely right, and the first is almost right.

Learning About That is Easy if You Believe in Day Dreams

You think you might have a problem? A problem about that? Or you need that? Or want that? Maybe you think about that from time to time. Play that over and over in your head. Think about the things leading up to that. Or maybe how that makes you feel. Or maybe you daydream about […]

EFT works amazingly well.

How do I begin? EFT stands for ‘Emotional Freedom Technique.’ This may be the worst acronym in the world for what may be the best, simplest, most reliable and effective theraputic technique. No drugs, easy to learn and remember, works in minutes, or LESS!

Definition of Celarien

People ask me all the time: “What is Celarien?”