Tag: Mental Health

Cultivating Healthy Boundaries

Written by on December 4, 2013 in Relationships, Skills for Embodied Living with 0 Comments
Cultivating Healthy Boundaries

It seems obvious to most people that boundaries are a necessary part of life.  We say “yes” to some things and “no” to others.  Yet many of us struggle to say no, especially when it feels like that “no” threatens to hurt an important relationship. Often when I first start working with someone around having […]

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Beyond Culturally Competent Therapy

Written by on September 28, 2011 in Cultural Studies, Mental Health, Psychotherapy with 6 Comments

With the “Occupy” movement in full swing, I’ve had the opportunity to engage in multiple conversations about privilege and identity politics, and their impact on both grassroots political organizing and my work as a therapist.  These conversations keep bringing me around to the question, what does it mean to be a culturally competent, socially-engaged therapist. […]

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