Monthly Archives: November 2009

Saying “Yes, And”

A while ago, I learned that one of the central rules of improvisational comedy is that whatever happens during the course of the skit, the actor must say “yes, and then….” The rule is to accept what is established and … Continue reading

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Ideals-Focused Psychotherapy

Recently I have begun to refer to the work I do as “Ideals-focused psychotherapy” when I am trying to describe it. As I reflect on the work I am doing with the people I see, and my own journey through … Continue reading

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Making Meaning

The fact is, we live our lives choosing in a unique and characteristic manner what matters to us. Our days are filled with choices, and the basis for what we choose ultimately goes back to what matters to us. The … Continue reading

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