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East Meets West I have moved along from my 40-year mainstream practice in psychotherapy to founding an alternative, non-profit institute, the Tao Studies Center, in Framingham, MA. The therapy work here is the study and practice of Chinese health and self-healing, especially through the wisdom of the Tao, as put forth in the Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu, an early and unwitting purveyor of Taoist philosophy — and also through the study and use of the many Tao-influenced disciplines evolved and practiced in China and throughout the world for centuries. Some of these practices include the popular self-discovery art taught in I Ching: the Book of Changes; the practices of Tai Chi and Qi Gong; the immense body of knowledge comprised in Chinese Medicine, Acupressure, and Acupuncture; the relational and loving arts in the Kama Sutra; and the elevation of music, poetry, and visual arts so that they are key elements in modulating states-of-consciousness and states-of-health. Those who are musicians and artists may find this arts/self-discovery work to be especially deep, exciting, and self-revealing. “Taoism” is not a religion, or some god that requires worship and prostration. It is a philosophy for health in daily life, minimizing or moving through conflict, and harmonizing with nature, often in surprising ways. […]
49 Gleason St. Framingham, MA 01701
Stanley Siegel, LCSW, is a psychotherapist, author, lecturer, and Founder of Wellness Providers Network and Psychology Tomorrow Magazine
Siegel founded Psychology Tomorrow Magazine and Wellness Providers Network. He is a psychotherapist in practice nearly 45 years, and author, lecturer, and former Director of Education and Senior Faculty member of New York’s Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy.
960 N ALFRED ST, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
At Proficiency Coaching, we take a realistic approach to coaching, using the Energy Leadership™ technique to shift your attitude and perception so you can create the life you want to live.
8033 W Sunset Blvd #970
Psychotherapy private practice providing affordable therapy via online therapy
216 e 45th street suite 1101
Our agency has multiple south shore locations, and offers outpatient therapy to all ages, couples, and families, integrative medicine, and a trauma informed intensive outpatient program for women.
485 Nantasket Avenue unit C Hull, MA 02045
I am a psychodynamic therapist in Metro Detroit specializing in working with individuals and couples seeking therapy for depression, anxiety, trauma, substance use, relationship concerns, and personal growth.
Majica Phillips is a creative visionary who’s passions led her to explore art, music, and dance as a therapeutic vehicle. She works with couples and individuals who have a desire to have deeper connections, intimacy, and communication with their loved ones. “Sex Positivity isn’t about liking sex, liking kinky sex, having a lot of sex, or having a lot of partners. Sex positivity is about respecting other people, whether their sexual choices are the same as yours. It’s about not judging people because of their sexual desires, practices or histories. It’s about celebrating people’s courage in creating the sex lives that work for them in the face of cultural myths, shame, misinformation, and trauma that are used to control us. Sex-positivity is the belief that the only valid measure of a sexual act is the consent, pleasure, and well-being of the people who do it or are affected by it. Anything else is your own projection.” — Charlie Glickman, Ph.D
700 Alhambra Blvd. Sacramento CA 95816
I approach each client with the assumption that you are coming to me with an intention to alleviate discontentment or suffering. I see my job as helping you articulate your reasons for seeking therapy, to understand the source of your issues, and to find strategies that bring relief. My style is interactive, with an emphasis on caring and supportive feedback. I expect the client to establish the agenda for each session, trusting that the client knows best what needs to be addressed in any given session. I emphasize psychoeducation about the role of, and differences between, thoughts, feelings and behaviors. My theoretical orientation can be described as Integral, an approach that’s based on the work of Ken Wilber and best fits under the transpersonal label. My work is further informed by Buddhist philosophy and psychology. Areas of specialization include GLBT issues, including coming out, external and internalized homophobia, gender identity and transitioning. I also specialize in compulsivity and addictions, including all areas of substance abuse, gambling, and sexual compulsivity.
233 Harvard Street Brookline, MA 02446
At TheraBee you will find acceptance, compassion, and non-judgement. While I treat a large variety of people, I specialize in working with those marginalized for reasons around their sexuality and/or (non)religion. Communities served include LGBQ, Gender minorities (including Trans), Poly, Kink, and Nontheist.
2035 Hogback Rd Suite 108 Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Your mind, body, & spirit are important components of a good life. I work with relationships, abuse, bullying, developing a strong and healthy sense of self, sex & gender, & spirituality. Having had a number of experiences with loss and the survival of the soul, I also do lots of grief and hope work over the passing of beloved animals and people.
3537 W 62 AV, Denver, CO 80221-1907
Are you looking for an innovative and integrative approach to changing your life, heal your eating disorder, learn to thrive with ADHD, anxiety, and learn how to create fulfilling relationships? How to perform at your peak? We love working with GLBT and Spanish speaking individuals! Give us a call!
1101 E. Elizabeth St. Fort Collins, CO 80524