Energy Psychology Helps 911 Dispatchers

  (by Jim Mc Aninch) 911 dispatchers are a unique group of professionals who perform a vital function in every community. They are the first people to connect with individuals or groups who have an emergency need. Dispatchers must take the information, figure out the need and then relay that information to the proper responders […]

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: […]

Reflections on Racism, Trauma and Collective Responsibility for Healing: An invitation for conversation

(by Robert Schwarz, PsyD, DCEP) Since it is still PTSD month, I wanted to write about one aspect of trauma that is not discussed sufficiently – namely racism (and the various other isms where one group is persecuted). The news about the racist motivated shooting in Charleston has certainly brought this forward in my mind. […]