Treating Mind and Spirit as One

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Psychology Today: “How Are You Growing? Changing our catch-up conversations can help us feel more connected” by Kim Schneiderman L.C.S.W., M.S.W

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Psychology Today: “Your Anger Knows Your Worth” by Kim Schneiderman L.C.S.W., M.S.W

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NY Magazine: Fifty faces of New York’s religious plurality.

Happy #ClergyAppreciationMonth to faith leaders from all traditions! For its 50th Anniversary issue, New York Magazine ran this photo profile of religious figures in NYC, including PSI Managing Director the Rev. Dr. Kelly Murphy Mason. Thanks to Martin Schoeller and New York Magazine for this wonderful visual project depicting our urban diversity. PSI joins its read more

RealSimple: How Telling Your Story Can Benefit Your Emotional Health

From “RealSimple“: Rather than just steaming away, think of your difficult in-law or unreasonable boss as an antagonist in your story, suggests Kim Schneiderman, a licensed clinical social worker in New York City and the author of Step Out of Your Story: Writing Exercises to Reframe and Transform Your Life. “Just like good fiction, life read more

Psychology Today: “The Self, Lost and Found: How Creativity Holds Up a Mirror to Your Inner World” by Kim Schneiderman L.C.S.W., M.S.W

Maria was a 31-year-old artist who sought help to disentangle herself from a dysfunctional relationship with an emotionally abusive man. For the past few weeks, she had been seized by a compulsion to paint self portraits. She portrayed her likeness from various angles, experimenting with different hues and styles. She explained that she had “lost read more