Thank you, listeners, for your following. I am taking a break in my scheduling for a bit. In this segment, Laura Simko, dear friend, fellow Imagery International Board member and writer, asks me about my interest and work around self-forgiveness. I hope you enjoy listening to our conversation. It has truly been a pleasure sharing wonderful guests with you and getting your kind feedback. Please feel free to scroll through the archives of all of the Emotional Pathways shows and listen at your leisure. I am deeply grateful to Brad Saul, Lorna Gladstone and Brian Matos and the entire team at Matrix Media and webtalkradio.net for making this show possible. You may always find me at Antioch University Santa Barbara, the Seaside Therapy Center or on my other website. Many warm wishes to you.
Relationship coach, Cherry Norris, talks with us about the giving and receiving roles in romantic relationships. She shares about ways to create more of a capacity to begin a romantic partnership and how to maintain harmonious interactions.
We are joined by Elizabeth Wolfson, Ph.D., LCSW. She tells us about her work with survivors of the Holocaust who, through the gift of sharing their life narratives with traumatized youth, have helped those emerging into young adulthood create new meanings and narratives of hope. You will find out more by viewing the Portraits of Survival project and looking her up at Antioch University Santa Barbara, where she is Chair of the Masters in Psychology program.
Please join us this week as Susan Ezra, RN and I discuss working with imagery and its various benefits and applications. You may find out about her book, Guided Imagery and Beyond: Stories of Healing and Transformation, and more by contacting her at email@example.com or visiting the websites links below.
We are joined by Dr. Radhule Weininger, who is a meditation teacher and psychologist in private practice. She discusses ways to nurture your awareness and learn mindfulness meditation practice. She offers many workshops and guided meditation trainings at La Casa De Maria Retreat Center and she speaks internationally about meditation and self-care for physicians, health-care professionals and the general public.
We are joined by Dr. Carolyn Daitch, psychologist and Director of the Center for the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders. She shares about the different manifestations of anxiety and the ways that hypnosis can help. To find out more about Dr. Daitch and her latest book, Anxiety Disorders: The Go-To Guide for Clients and Therapists, please visit both of her websites.
We are joined by Dr. Melissa Jones Cantekin, current president of the Santa Barbara County Psychological Association. We discuss what it means to live authentically as well as some ways to nurture the inner process. You may email her at http://firstname.lastname@example.org and visit the Santa Barbara County Psychological Association website for more information as well.