December 6, 2016 Pearson Blog: Making Lemonade: Part II

By Carol S. Pearson An Archetypal Plan for Recovering from the U.S. Presidential Election     The U.S. presidential election has left Americans more divided than perhaps at any time since the Civil War. This is the second in a series of three blogs in which I offer an archetypal approach to understanding the forces […]

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December 5, 2016 Pearson Blog: Making Lemonade: Part I

By Carol S. Pearson An Archetypal Plan for Recovering from the U.S. Presidential Election The U.S. presidential election has left Americans more divided than perhaps at any time since the Civil War. In this series of three blogs, I offer an archetypal approach to understanding the forces at work both in the U.S. and around […]

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November 14, 2016 Atlee Blog: How Saturday Night Live (Briefly) Restored the Innocent Archetype

By Cindy Atlee Depending on which side of the outcome you were on, last week’s election may have produced a lot of tears. That happened for me on the Saturday night before the vote, in a very unexpected way and certainly via an unexpected source. Saturday Night Live reduced me to tears. Yes, that Saturday […]

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October 17, 2016 Walsh Blog: HEALING TRAUMA WITH CREATIVITY

By Carol K. Walsh Persephone wisdom is present in kairos moments of insight when you suddenly know what you are to do; in a visitation from a muse that furthers your creativity; or in the feeling of time standing still because what you are doing feels so right and your attention is completely on the […]

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October 10, 2016 Adson Blog: The Creator: Make Something of Yourself

By Patricia R. Adson, PPC, Ph.D. As a long-time student and colleague of Carol S. Pearson, it has been my mission (and my great joy) to further the application of her hero’s journey twelve archetype model to the fields of psychotherapy and coaching. To that end, I have written two books based on my experience […]

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September 26, 2016 Pearson Blog: The Secret to Being Real, Successful, and Happy

By Carol S. Pearson In Texas, where I grew up, we had an expression—“all hat and no cattle”—that summed up a certain kind person. The expression came from seeing people wearing fancy western outfits who had no idea the hard work or long hours required to run, or work in, a cattle ranch. And, they […]

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September 14, 2016 Lovejoy Blog: Re-visioning Demeter, and Myself, As Sexual Mother

By Rebekah Lovejoy I have always considered myself a creative, out-of-the-box thinker. I utilized this skill to stay on top of the ever-developing complications of raising three children. I prided myself on taking the extra step to rethink every new life stage. So it came as an embarrassing shock when I realized that my sexual […]

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August 22, 2016 Adson Blog: Roles, Scripts, and Archetypes

By Patricia R. Adson, PPC, Ph.D. As a long-time student and colleague of Carol S. Pearson, it has been my mission (and my great joy) to further the application of her hero’s journey twelve archetype model to the fields of psychotherapy and coaching. To that end, I have written two books based on my experience […]

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August 9, 2016 Pearson Blog: Activating Your Soul’s Erotic GPS

By Carol S. Pearson Have you ever wished you had the equivalent of a map, handbook, or GPS that would help you know what to do and where to go to be happy? Or, have you ever felt envious of those who always seemed to know what decision to make to enhance their personal fulfillment? […]

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August 3, 2016 Barysch-Crosbie Blog: Holding Back… and Breaking Through

By Gabriele Annegret Barysch-Crosbie I used to be so shy and self-conscious. Have you ever looked over your shoulder, wondering what people might say or think about you? I sure did. I was a true expert in “holding back.” This pattern was true for me overall, but I especially noticed it with my resistance to […]

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