2022 • March (Page 2)

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Mar 23, 2022

Many therapists tell me that they never learned how to do dream work and don’t feel comfortable addressing them in therapy. How sad because they are then missing out on potentially valuable aspects of clients’ lives. After all, if the average person spends two hours in REM sleep per night, that adds up to 51,000 […]

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Mar 13, 2022

In November of 2020, The New England Journal of Medicine featured an article surrounding the intersectionality between racism and sickle cell disease (SCD), entitled “When actions speak louder than words-Racism and sickle cell disease.” For many individuals, perhaps this was their first time learning about sickle cell disease. For others, this may have been their […]

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