Writing Bravely

May 21, 2024

What is Therapeutic Journaling: And How Does it Differ from Diary Writing?

How Therapeutic Journaling Works Emotional expression has been found to be good for our health! When an upsetting event occurs, we are often not able to […]
August 28, 2023

Memory Reconsolidation Can Help You Breakthrough Childhood Trauma: 5 step process

Memory Reconsolidation:Changing Childhood Traumatic Memories Memory reconsolidation is a type of neuro-plasticity which when launched by a certain series of experiences, actually unlocks the synapses of a […]
January 28, 2023

5 Questions to Ask Yourself to Go from Body Shaming to Body Love

Right now, every article, newsletter and ad is pushing a “New Year, New You” mentality. From gym memberships, to-do lists, habit formation and life changing results in […]
January 25, 2023

7 Best Coffee Shops for Expressive Writing

Picture this! As you relax into the cozy armchair, you hear the crackling of the fireplace and the smell of fresh ground espresso comes to greet […]
December 29, 2022

Hypnotherapy for Core Beliefs of Not Good Enough

We live in a culture that goes after images.   We go after image versus substance.  Every commercial or social media ad reminds us, we’re not good […]
October 7, 2022

A Powerful Expressive Writing Exercise to Empower Yourself: Avoid Self-Sabotage

As a psychotherapist, people almost always come to me shortly after their lives have crashed. Everything was going status quo until the sudden divorce or separation, […]
September 2, 2022

How Expressive Writing Can Help Build Your Resilience

In this podcast, I talk about 3 ways to build your resilience in the face of pivotal events.   Pivotal events are anything they can be […]
June 9, 2022

A Therapist’s Guide to The Disguises We Wear Every Day: how to know when to mask and when to unmask

“We understand how dangerous a mask can be. We all become what we pretend to be.” Patrick Rothfuss, The Name of the Wind  Masks. All of […]
June 1, 2022

How to Listen to The Healing Signals of Pain Through Expressive Writing

“The wound is the place where the light enters you.” -Rumi Right now, I’m thinking about tending to our wounds-the invisible wounds-the clenching of stomach, the […]
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