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Intentions

INTENTIONS

 

Be still (and not be anxious); wear the hush of tranquility.

Be quiet (and not rehearse the words); open my inner ears.

Be content (and not withdraw permission to be so); manifest serenity.

Hunger (and not evade the pangs); recognize the sign of need.

Eat (and not shun this essential act); receive nourishment, giving thanks.

Sleep (and not lament dreaming); …Continue Reading »

Jennifer McNamara

Hello! My name is Jennifer McNamara, and I am going to be guest-writing a blog for Corner Canyon Counseling for the next year or so. If you would like to reach out to me, my email address is jmcnamara.tn@gmail.com

 

A little history, some of it ancient and some of it more current — because I am …Continue Reading »

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Using VR in Therapy

Recent advances in virtual reality technology have expanded its capabilities in a variety of different fields, from conducting surgery to teaching soldiers about real-life battle applications. However, ever since the 1990’s, virtual reality has continuously been experimented with therapeutic applications. Recently, though, the usage of virtual reality has begun to ramp up as these experiments …Continue Reading »

The Compassionate Healer

The acceptance of our full humanity allows us to accept another’s full humanity.
Our appropriate guilt, shame, and remorse allows us to connect to the guilt, shame, and remorse of our patients.
Our own survival allows us to walk into the journey of survival with another.
Our partially or wholly-healed woundedness allows us to connect …Continue Reading »

young-girl-crying

How to Recognize Emotional Abuse (And Get Out of It)

Because it doesn’t leave a visible scar, emotional abuse is oftentimes overlooked and allowed in relationships (romantic or otherwise). In fact, sometimes neither the abuser nor the victim recognize what is happening as emotional abuse. However, it is very real and can leave permanent damage on the victim’s self worth. Listed below are forms of …Continue Reading »

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Draper Office

248 East 13800 South, #4
Draper, UT 84020
801.438.6059

Bluffdale Office

14241 South Redwood Road Suite 100
Bluffdale, UT 84065
801.610.1573