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 … More
Videos and Podcasts
Watch the video of my NYC book presentation at Book Culture
Watch my Spring presentation at One Spirit Learning Alliance on "Holy Antagonists," turning adversaries into advisors.
Some recent podcast interviews:
Read about "Step Out of Your Story" in the October issue of Real Simple Magazine: How Storytelling Can Benefit Your Emotional Health.
Check out my latest blog, "The Self Lost and Found" on Psychology Today
Read my interview about the nature of self and creativity on Pscyh2Go
New Therapeutic Modality: I now offer Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy to those interested.
How do we come to terms with the closing of one chapter, and open ourselves to the next one? That is the work of grief. Join me for a 6-week group on "Living With Loss," incorporating writing, reflection, and support at Trinity Wall Street in Manhattan, beginning Oct. 16, 2017. Free and open to people of all faiths experiencing any type of loss.
For more information about upcoming events, click here.
Lately, I’ve Been Writing About…
When I was young, one of my favorite books was Sugarcane Island, which was the first “choose your own adventure” type of interactive book. The premise was fairly simple: You had … More
Have you ever noticed that the same type of character keeps showing up in your life and pushing all your buttons? These people may look nothing alike or even share the same gender, … More
"While it’s true that we can’t control everything that happens to us...we can take charge of our story’s narration, actively mining experiences for positive meaning. This power of interpretation is the heart of your personal power as coauthor of your story and the key to making meaningful improvements to your character."
- Kim Schneiderman, Step Out of Your Story