OpEd on the Arab-Israeli Conflict
Read Carl’s opinion piece titled, “I’m a Therapist. Here’s What Happened the Day I Met with Both an Arab and a Jew.”
“Whether I’m writing books, newsletters, columns for mainstream media, or articles for professional journals, I’m sharing a message I believe we all long to hear: There’s a better world out there for us, and we can do more than reach for it... we can live in it.”
You weren’t born for a life of consumerism. You were born for a life of connection. Discover how we collectively got in the consumerist mess we’re in today, understand the psychology of what happens to all of us when we’re caught here, and, most importantly, find your way to a better world, a world of connection.
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When the Heart Shatters: Sorrow, Presence,and Post-Traumatic Growth
Presented at the International Integrative Psychotherapy Association 11th Professional Education Conference: Presence & Involvement, Bilbao, Spain, June 15-17, 2023
Read Carl’s address to his international colleagues, where he explains how embracing the grief of where we are, within ourselves and within our culture, comes with the remarkable power to liberate us and bring us home to each other. But, to arrive here, we must each endure our time in the ashes.