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My Journey from Head to Heart

By Keri Clarke

Journey

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Mamma Mia

mamma mia

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Side By Side

By Julie Daley

My childhood was full of turmoil, chaos, and grief. As a child, it was hard to function in the chaos. I found my own survival strategies and they served me well as a [...]

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Being With a Non-Grad Loved One

By Julie Daley

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The Joy of a Creative Spirit

“I was with someone recently who asked: ‘Well, don’t you think that if you do too much therapy it will take away your artistic process?’ And I told them: ‘The biggest lie that we’ve ever [...]

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Elevators and Curiosity

By Julie Daley

During the Hoffman Process, you utilize multiple powerful tools and practices to heal the pain of childhood and to disconnect from parental patterns. Each one supports [...]

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REHABILITATED – IN RED

By Renda A. Baird, aka “Renny the Minnesota Ripple”

One month post-Hoffman Process, someone recently asked me seemingly simple questions – “Was it a REHAB?”
And, “How has the [...]

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The Stories We Tell Ourselves

By Wrye Sententia

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A Light That Helps Me Keep Coming Back

By Robin Taylor

keep coming back

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