Philosopher / Therapist
I have traveled and seen many places around the world, and still haven't seen something that resembles the complexity of the human brain. It's so intriguing...
A Fundamental Question
I am known for treating mental health and substance abuse issues, and for using psychological techniques in clinical settings to understand the human mind.
Wilmington Mental Health
At WMH our goal is to make Counseling both universally accessible and publicly recognized, primarily for its capacity of empowering humans to better their lives
Hablo Español, obviamente!
What I am currently reading...
Man's search for meaning is a description of Frankl's experience and strain to survive the Nazi death camps between 1942 and 1945. The first few pages I read described how Frankl saw his parents, brother, and pregnant wife die and emphasized the idea that "suffering" comes with living in this world and that, fortunately, we can learn ways to make it less painful.
I must admit that I had my reservations about his views since I read Night by Elie Wiesel prior (undoubtedly a masterpiece,) but Frankl's book is just different. It has helped me grow both as a professional and a human being. In particular because it refers to the need of finding meaning in life and moving forward with a "renewed purpose" - as long as we feel comfortable with that process.
The person who has lived the most is not the one with
the most years but the one with the richest experiences.
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