Personality: An Elemental Perspective

The Elemental Method postulates the existence of eight distinct forms of grace (elemental types). Every individual has an essence which expresses one of these forms of grace. The Elemental Method identifies Earth (Embodiment), Air (Inspiration), Fire (Assertiveness) and Water (Receptivity) as requisite ingredients to any healthy moment of personality functioning. Earth and Air function as … Read more

We-Rhythm Therapy (article)

ABSTRACT. The author presents a new model of psychotherapy which is in the person-centered tradition, but which is especially distinctive in its affirmation of the We-Experience (genuine mutual connectedness between the client and the psychotherapist) as the most therapeutically potent component of the psychotherapeutic relationship. The author posits that a high level of psychotherapist integration … Read more