Free Therapy During the COVID-19 Emergency

Thanks to COVID-19, people with insurance in New York State do not have to pay copays, co-insurance, or deductibles for telehealth sessions for as long as the state of emergency lasts. That’s one thing to be grateful for. This is a state mandate. Insurance companies haven’t advertised it, and I haven’t seen it in theContinue reading “Free Therapy During the COVID-19 Emergency”

Is it safe to go to counseling during this pandemic?

I’m sending this letter out to all my clients prior to their appointment.   In this age of the coronavirus, you may be wondering if it is safe to keep your counseling appointment. I’ve thought about that, too; and here is what I came up with. My office does not get a lot of traffic.Continue reading “Is it safe to go to counseling during this pandemic?”

The Shink’s Links on Twitter

If you’re a long-time reader of this blog, you may remember a series of mine, called the Shrink’s Links. In this, I posted interesting things I’ve read, seen, heard, or helpful tools I found on the web. If you were a fan, you might have missed it when I discontinued it. Well, weep no more;Continue reading “The Shink’s Links on Twitter”

Noel Bell Podcast

In this video, I appear as a guest on Noel Bell’s podcast/videocast, talking about reconciliation. Noel is a London therapist who is very interested in personal growth, recovery from addictions, and inner transformations. Anyone can learn a lot from listening to his podcasts, but I suspect other therapists would like him best because he’s notContinue reading “Noel Bell Podcast”

Helping Therapy Clients in Difficult Relationships Find Peace

I’ll be teaching a 2 hour webinar for therapists at 9 am, Eastern Time next Friday, 1/17/2020, on goodtherapy.org. Two continuing ed hours will be provided by GoodTherapy for attending this web conference in its entirety. If you cannot participate live, you’ll be able to view it from the Goodtherapy archives. Every client who comesContinue reading “Helping Therapy Clients in Difficult Relationships Find Peace”

Optimal Living Daily

If you’re into podcasts, then I recommend listening to Optimal Living Daily. Every day, someone reads a chapter of a blog post on personal development, minimalism, finance, health, business, or relationships. It’s a great chance to be exposed to writers you would never otherwise read. Recently, Joc Marie read a chapter from The Road toContinue reading “Optimal Living Daily”

Announcement: Instagram and Facebook

For those on you who prefer your reading in easily digestible bits, together with pictures, I have created an Instagram and a Facebook account, in which I will post many of the pithy sayings you have found and come to expect in my books and Blog posts. In other words, memes like this: The InstagramContinue reading “Announcement: Instagram and Facebook”

How to Make an Apology You’ll Never Have to Make Again

If you’re in the doghouse and would like to get out, today is your lucky day. I just published a new book that can show you how: How to Make an Apology You’ll Never Have to Make Again. This is the third in a series, all designed to help you have more satisfying, and lessContinue reading “How to Make an Apology You’ll Never Have to Make Again”

Announcement: Online School

I’m pleased to announce the opening of the Road to Reconciliation’s Online School for all those who need step-by-step instructions to find peace when relationships go bad. The first course available is How to Make an Apology You’ll Never Have to Make Again. Click here if you would like to find out more. Soon, IContinue reading “Announcement: Online School”

Announcement: The Road to Reconciliation is Available

After at least two-and-a-half years since I started it, my book, The Road to Reconciliation: A Comprehensive Guide to Peace When Relationships Go Bad, is available in paperback and on Kindle. Now comes the part I hate: pitching it and talking about it at a time when I am ready to go on to otherContinue reading “Announcement: The Road to Reconciliation is Available”