Treating Mind and Spirit as One

Posts Tagged ‘psychotherapy’

Playgrounds are the “Geography of Hope”: A Week with Migrants in San Antonio, by Mary Ragan, PhD., LCSW

by PSI Executive Director Mary Ragan, PhD, LCSW   I’ve struggled to write something about my week of volunteer service with American Gateways in San Antonio, Texas, working with migrant families who have crossed the border seeking safety from persecution and a better life for their children. Any entry point I thought of seemed either read more

“Why Not Recovery?”

by Kelly Murphy Mason, PsyD, MDiv, LCSW   Each September marks National Recovery Month, a public health campaign across America that seeks both to promote recovery options available to those still struggling with substance abuse and mental disorders and to celebrate the people who have already begun their recovery process. These are commendable aims, to read more

“Mindful Listening: Culling and Shifting Client Narratives” – Registration Now Open for Fall 2017 PSI Conference

Come learn how to think like a dramaturge; inquire like a questionologist; and enlist the “write” brain toward drawing out and transforming client material. Keynote Speaker   Gail Noppe-Brandon, LCSW, MPA, MA will be presenting: Mindful Listening:  Culling and Shifting Client Narratives     WHEN: Saturday, November 11th, 1:00 – 5:00 pm WHERE: Fifth Avenue Presbyterian read more

“Seeking Balance in Chaotic Times”

 by H. Kimball Jones, PhD   From the beginning, 2017 has been a year marked by extreme political chaos throughout the world and particularly here in the U.S. There has been toxic divisiveness in the country as a whole, in communities, even in families where communication has broken down because of differing political alliances. As read more