The Litany Against Fear

I must not fear.Fear is the mind-killer.Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.I will face my fear.I will permit it to pass over me and through me.And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path.Where the fear has gone there will be nothing.Only I will remain. Litany Against Fear from Frank Herbert’s […]

Mindful Walking

Mindful Walking utilizes mindfulness and ecopsychology as emotional regulation skills. This is especially true if you are able to do this exercise outdoors. Mindful walking may be used to de-fuse potential emotional aggression. If you feel that one of your triggers has been activated, and you can take a break, go outside and do a little mindful walking! The goal […]

Consequences and Letting Go

Consequences and letting go is about recognizing the choices we make that lead to consequences we don’t want to experience. Such choices have a tendency to be self-sustaining. That is because we usually make choices in the belief that those choices will make the problem better. But if we continue to make choices that we know aren’t going to make […]

MBE Program Reset Scheduled March 20, 2024

This is a notice for everyone who enrolled in the Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy Facilitator Certification Program. To comply with new standards set by the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), we will be performing a re-set of the course program for the Mindfulness-Based Ecotherapy Facilitator Certification Training. The old standards allowed us to include all of the three courses required for […]

Process Addictions

A process addiction is similar to a substance addiction, except that instead of being addicted to a drug, the person with a process addiction is addicted to a cluster of behaviors. Examples of process addictions would include eating disorders, sexual addictions, and gambling addictions. A process addiction is an addiction to a process or a pattern of behavior. Emotional aggression […]