I’m delighted to announce that I’ve joined the board of The Sophia Institute in Charleston, South Carolina.
The Sophia Institute is an international center of learning that provides innovative programming from world renowned teachers and leaders in service of creating a more just, sustainable, and flourishing world for all.
Stories are an entry point to the soul. Stories – whether in film, book, audio or oral form – have been, since time immemorial, one of the primary ways we as humans have learned how to be, how to live, how we’ve received guidance about what life is, and how we can skillfully navigate it.
Today, I want to walk you through some inquires to help you reflect on your beloved childhood stories and explore some of the messages and meaning these stories may have for you, even today…
Did you see the movie Inside Out? I loved it because it introduced a concept I use every day in my therapy practice: Parts Work.
Parts Work helps us to understand the rich, complex, and unique topography of our internal landscape and can help us untangle habitually stuck patterns and conflicts that may be playing out in our lives.
It’s an enlivening and useful tool that can be enormously helpful for bringing clarity to those situations in your relationships, work, and daily life that you just feel relentlessly stuck and confused about. So keep reading and to learn how you can explore and use Parts Work to support you in solving any sticky situations you may be facing.
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