Gail Brenner, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist based in Santa Barbara. Her work offers a bridge between psychology and nondual understanding. She has special expertise working with older adults and their families, bringing clear seeing and compassion to the transitions of aging, death, and dying. She blogs at GailBrenner.com and is the author of "The End of Self-Help: Discovering Peace and Happiness Right at the Heart of Your Messy, Scary, Brilliant Life."
Never Not Whole: Ten Guiding Principles for Nondual Therapy
Our essential wholeness is revealed when identification with thought patterns and emotions subsides. We're no longer distracted by being attached to the idea of the personal self, which leaves space for boundless presence and love. Our work as therapists can't help but shift with this understanding. Together, we'll explore ten guiding principles that emerge as the foundation for therapy from a nondual perspective.