Monthly Archives: April 2016

Despair and isolation

CONTEXTUAL-CONCEPTUAL THERAPY (CCT):    Going Deeper into the Suicidal Experience with the Suicidal Person For some time now I have been looking into issues surrounding suicide. The news is full of statistics and heartfelt stories of families caught in the … Continue reading

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Tumult and Order

Tumult and order We humans love tumult just as much as order. We love cacophony—the wildness of ocean, mountain, romance, and youth. Yet, we also love order, concert, fine craftsmanship and straight or fine curves. Look at the “lines” of … Continue reading

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