Become a mover and a shaker… actually, not figuratively.

We often get caught in a compartmentalized view of what embodiment and health looks like. We carve out a set amount of time in our day or week to move and pay attention to our bodies, meditate, thinking that the right dose of movement and mindfulness in any given week will be enough for feeling healthy, strong, mindful etc.

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Jane Clapp
Cigarettes, Shame and Self Compassion

​​​​​​​Over the several years I smoked on and off, sometimes I smoked for fun, out of boredom, out of habit. Those are the times I regret the most. At the worst of times, truth be told, I occasionally would sneak a cigarette between clients. Those were the most shameful cigarettes.

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Jane Clapp
Attachment Deficits and Emotional Hunger

​​​​​​​Over the several years I smoked on and off, sometimes I smoked for fun, out of boredom, out of habit. Those are the times I regret the most. At the worst of times, truth be told, I occasionally would sneak a cigarette between clients. Those were the most shameful cigarettes.

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Jane Clapp
Feeling It vs. Falling In

I was at my therapist the other day and I asked, “If I’m feeling blue, how do I know just to let myself feel it and when I should do something to try to make myself feel better and pick myself up?”

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Jane Clapp