J. Edward Goldman, MFT

Posts tagged with ‘Empowerment’

  • How is 2015 treating everyone so far? Have you made resolutions that you aren’t keeping? Did you hope that this year would be different but so far it’s exactly the same? Or are you enjoying this year so far, noticing a difference, and you’d like to keep moving in the right positive direction? Whatever the case might be, Power Therapy [...]

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  • 25 January 2014

    Love and Power

    Happy 2014, everyone! I hope the new year is treating everyone well and that you are making the necessary changes to improve your life (or that, if you are not, you are courageous enough to seek out help from folks like me!). I was inspired earlier this week to do a new video blog using the ideas of Martin Luther [...]

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  • 17 September 2013

    Power Therapy® In a Nutshell

    Here’s the Vimeo and YouTube versions of the newest video I’ve done explaining the essence of my theory and approach in only a few minutes. Vimeo: Power Therapy® In a Nutshell YouTube: Power Therapy® In a Nutshell

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  • 04 February 2013

    Anxiety and Power

    Hello everyone. It’s been a while since I’ve posted on here. I’ve been busy writing my book and getting all the other aspects of my therapy practice going. It’s exciting and a lot of work! Clients are coming in, one by one, contacting me through all of this wonderful internet stuff and other referral sources throughout Los Angeles. Nevertheless, I’m [...]

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  • Looking for love usually doesn’t seem to work in this day and age, but I also think that simply waiting for it doesn’t work too well either for most people. Especially these days, and especially in urban areas like our massive, sprawling, wonderful Los Angeles. I certainly don’t think that online dating is the answer in this day, age, and [...]

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  • 03 October 2012

    Depression is Powerlessness

    I work with depression on a daily basis as a psychotherapist and have several years of experience in effectively treating it. I’ve also extensively studied it from a number of perspectives within psychology, psychiatry, philosophy, biology, and several other disciplines. Despite my changing interests and influences throughout the years, I always return to the following theme as both a psychotherapist [...]

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