Person vs. Professional

I was one of probably three non-therapists this past month in Vancouver, British Columbia at an international Narrative Therapy conference. One of the founders talked about a moment in conversation where the person was taken aback at his authenticity and humanness. In response and to share where he was coming from, he said: “I’m trying to be a person. Not a person impersonating as…

Syllabus, 2015-2016

I’m 8 weeks away from walking Seattle University‘s commencement stage–receiving a Master of Arts in Adult Education & Training, with a Human Resource Development specialization. How’s that for a mouth-full?! Human learning, evolution and development is a wonderful and inspiring thing. We learn all of our lives–taking-in, processing, and using the learning subconsciously and consciously. In “adult education” classes, we…