keith recker at handeye asked me to write a bit about my work, including my relationship with jungian therapist wendy golden-levitt. you can see the article over at handeye. you can also subscribe to the online and the real-paper-in-your-hands journal there. working with keith was easy, he asks lots of questions and of course answering each one becomes a story. i seem to be long in telling as well as long in tooth. you will of course see the amazing work of my friend aimee lee, who is also featured this week.
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for all of the kind words and messages, thank you. sometimes what you make becomes bigger and more important than anything you can imagine. what could be more important than helping a child to heal? in a way, that's why i teach special education. (i also need a day job...) amazing that my work in wendy's practice becomes a conduit for healing.