Monthly Archives: February 2011


Letting Id All Hang Out

By |February 23rd, 2011|

Ah, yes.. the id.  That Freudian psychoanalytic term for the part of our personality made up of unconscious energy existing to satisfy all our basic urges, needs, and desires.  We all know that feeling when the id takes over and is pushing us with its need for immediate gratification.  I pride myself, of course, on […]

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Throw a Wrench in It!

By |February 16th, 2011|

Everything in my life happens in themes.  I have learned over the years to simply step aside and see what themes emerge.  Although I’ve received training in a number of therapeutic orientations – including psychodynamic, behavioral, and humanistic – I can’t help but conceptualize what my clients are telling me as themes or threads that […]

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Movement 3 in Blog Minor

By |February 11th, 2011|

Question:  What is a Movement?

Answer:  A Movement is a self-contained work separated by silence within a larger work.  Usually, each Movement is distinguishable by its tempo, key, rhythmical patterns, and harmonization.

I had begun writing this blog thinking that I would use “Days” to mark time in my foray into the social media world, and these […]

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4: Hitting the Twitter Motherlode

By |February 8th, 2011|

Tick.  Tick.  Tick.  Tick..

I passed the 100-follower mark on Twitter today.  To those of you reading this who have gazillions of followers: before you scoff and say “whoopdee-effingdoo,” please know that, based on nothing rational whatsoever, this is an important milestone for me.

So is the writing of this blog.  Although this blog has virtually nothing […]

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