What is PsychoSpiritual? The integration of psychological growth and spiritual attunement. Viewing the complications of life not as problems, but as gateways to greater understanding. Learning that crisis can become an opportunity for growth. PsychoSpiritual is an integrated approach taking into account body, mind, emotions and spirit. PsychoSpiritual Healing is an approach that works “outside the box” of set procedures. For more information, visit us online today!

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(Asst. Editors Eileen Gonzalez and Natalie Jovanic) Dr. Doris helps you discover the exquisite gifts wrapped in the thorniest, most painful experiences of your life. You immediately bec...
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by Jane A. Simington, PhD

Anniversay reactions can be times of intense emotional struggle for the bereaved. Anniversary reactions are experienced usually for a number of years following a death. These often occur at times that held a lot of family time and are often associated with ceremony and celebration. Following the death, the bereaved will often feel an incresed sense of loss during such times. Each annivesary makes them more aware of the finality of the relationship they have had...




by Jennifer Urezzio

One of my favorite talents and gifts of my own are strength and courage. A lot of individuals within my community have these gifts in common with me. This “can do” attitude used to place me at a disadvantage when receiving...


A Note from ATH Supervising Editor, Sherri Carter: Are you able to say "thank you"? Saying thank you for what seems like the smaller things in life, help you prepare for saying thank you to the bigger things!



by Sherri Carter, MS,
ATH Supervising Editor

Here we are! December 22, 2012! We’ve heard so much about December 21st, but not much about December 22nd and beyond. Chances are, we all made it past the end of the Mayan Calendar, which, for the most part has been greatly misunderstood...


A Note from ATH Supervising Editor, Sherri Carter: With so much talk about December 21, 2012, and it's possibilities, I thought I would take a look at December 22nd, and beyond.




Editor's Note from Diane Renz: I am wondering about the power of this thing called Mindfulness when I reflect on the immense suffering taking place, right now, everywhere, on this planet. Every 90 minutes another US soldier kills himself, and the wars in and between over territory and ideology kills husbands, fathers, sons, brothers, wives, mothers, daughters, sisters—real vulnerable, fragile human hearts, no longer beating. Not to dwell on tragedy for the sake of feeling bad, but to let it be a pointer, as its pain illuminates a possible path toward a connection to each other...



by Lisa McCourt,
ATH Guest Editor of PsychoSpiritual

‘Tis the season to be jolly, right? So if you’re not, what the heck is wrong with you? The biggest contributor to the holiday blues is the inescapable expectation that we’re supposed to be extra joy-filled this time of year. Every bleepin’ movie, commercial, and song is reminding us to feel ecstatically happy, loving, giving, and generous toward everyone we encounter...




by Lisa McCourt,
ATH Guest Editor of PsychoSpiritual

I adore and look forward to the holidays, but every year I seem to conveniently forget how freaking crazy-making this season can get. I’m a party girl at heart, so I can’t say no to any holiday gathering. My positively unconquerable To-Do list mocks me. And I’m definitely forgetting to take my own advice about being fully present for each and every one of these yummy holiday-time moments. Why is that so especially hard to do this time of year?...




by Jodi Chapman,
ATH Co-Editor of PsychoSpiritual

Have you ever pushed through all of your fears, walked right up to the edge, and leaped toward your dreams?

I bet you have. We all have...


Editor's Note from Jodi Chapman: Freefalling means that you are living fully - it means that you were brave enough to leap toward your dreams!




Editor's Note from Diane Renz: The Greater Good Science Center: the science of a meaningful life, is interested in how we can cultivate what is best in us, our compassionate, kind, caring qualities born in us as human beings and made visible in the extremes of tragedy and disasters, are waiting for a chance to be present more consistently. It is the day to day re-membering of what is good which will seed our fullest sense of well-being, letting the simple moments of a life then string together into complete awareness, by learning how to direct our attention...



Rick Hanson, PhD

Compassion is essentially the wish that beings not suffer – from subtle physical and emotional discomfort to agony and anguish – combined with feelings of sympathetic concern.

You could have compassion for an individual (a friend in the hospital, a co-worker passed over for a promotion), groups of people (victims of crime, those displaced by a hurricane, refugee children), animals (your pet, livestock heading for the slaughterhouse), and yourself...


Editor's Note from Diane Renz: The science of compassion research helps illuminate that the original "default" of our brain is to care and cooperate, born of our innate understanding that another person's happiness is relative to our own. However, without our intentional focus of attention to exercise this inherent capacity, we can fall victim to the speed and anxiety of a culture which points us toward aggression and competition.



by Raphael Cushnir -- Interviewer

Brother David Steindl-Rast

"...when I heard the title, Teaching What We Need To Learn, I thought, “Do we ever teach anything that we don’t need to learn?” We always pick exactly what we need to learn and then we teach it, and if you are lucky, then we learn what we teach. And I think every teacher will say how much they have learned from their students, and I think we choose the areas in which we teach precisely because we want to learn. It’s not always conscious. I think that most of it is subconscious but I think that’s just a fact..."


Editor's Note from Diane Renz: Learning the art and practice of gratefulness is the key to resilience and well-being. We often wonder how can I possibly be grateful in the midst of great difficulties? Right in the center of our chaos we can find meaning and possibility and return to the present through gratitude, helping us then to remember what is essential in us as always available, no matter our circumstance. Here you will be inspired by someone who lives this truth.



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Interview with Lisa McCourt

Interviewed by Jodi Chapman

Unconditional love expert Lisa McCourt is a dynamic speaker, seminar leader and author whose 34 books have sold more than 5.5 million copies worldwide. Her new book, Juicy Joy – 7 Simple Steps to Your Glorious, Gutsy Self, teaches people to embrace "radical authenticity" to fully experience unbridled joy in life. Lisa lives in South Florida with her two children. For more information, visit


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