How to Grieve the Anniversary of a Major Tragedy

If you are dealing with the long-term emotional wreckage left behind by a major tragedy, this blog is here to help you get through it a little easier.   Tragedies occur as one time events, but the impact on the lives of those they affect can continue on indefinitely. The news coverage and external attention […]

Welcoming Symptoms

(by Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP) When anxiety, sadness or anger present themselves to you or your clients do you welcome them? What about other “symptoms”? Do you invite them to speak to you? Do you listen to their concerns and issues? Or do you or clients react to them with fear and loathing? Are they […]

Love in the Face of Terror

(by Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP) I think many of us feel that the idea of a light and dark side of the Force is an apt metaphor for the human condition. It also seems appropriate to see the undulations of these two sides of the Force as strengthening and weakening over time. One question is: […]