is a licensed psychologist, bioenergetic therapist, and longtime Esalen instructor. Specializing in body-centered psychotherapy, he works with individuals, couples, and people struggling with trauma and addictive behaviors. He also consults nationally with families in intergenerational transitions.
The Internet, along with social networks, texting and “reality” shows, have profoundly changed relationships, for better and worse. This workshop is designed to integrate well-known principles that enhance personal growth and intimacy into this new landscape. Compulsive habits, including addictions and virtual identities and relationships, have become a way of coping in our increasingly complex, information-overloaded lives.
This workshop is about healthy relationships—in love, in friendship, in daily life. The focus is on how to nurture our own vitality in situations where we long for connections that are more real, more safe, or more rewarding.