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Emotional Health

By Jamie McEntee, MA, RCC

Modern life asks a lot of us. To make our way in the world we are frequently asked to put aside how we feel and focus instead on getting things done. The repression of emotional life begins quite early for most of us, requiring vibrant young children to “settle down”, “focus”,…

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Remembering the Miracle of Being Human

By Jamie McEntee, MA, RCC

Spring cleaning in the garage came to a premature halt the other day when I happened across a photo album from 1997. India. That’s me there, sitting for some morning journaling in cool mountain air. I can still remember that moment. I ended up traveling and living in India for…

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Men’s Work

By Jamie McEntee, MA, RCC

Being male is something you’re born as; however becoming a strong, emotionally intelligent and open man is not a given. Being this type of man takes practice, a practice that gets worked out in the intimate and everyday relationships that make up our lives. Relationships with other men carry a…

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Beyond the Reef: Psychedelics and the Public Health

By Jamie McEntee, MA, RCC

Nothing gets more complicated and difficult to remember than the fundamentals. Perhaps that’s why I’ve always loved children’s animated films: the stories, the characters, the music all carry forward timeless truths from one generation to the next, telling the story of our common life, just as fables and fairytales have…

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The Space Between

By Jamie McEntee, MA, RCC

“Interesting…” In college I had a therapist who used that word way too much, in my opinion. I’d say something, pretty much anything it seemed, and in response I’d hear: Interesting. “What does that mean?! It’s so neutral…Take a position, damn it!” My inscrutable therapist just found my protests…(you guessed…

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Heartbreak and Loss

By Jamie McEntee, MA, RCC

Grieving a disappointment or a relationship failure? Facing a death, with its harsh necessity to let go when things are left unresolved? These moments are personally devastating…and they echo within wounds that are older still. Whatever the roots beneath this grief, it is heartbreaking and terrible and needs attention. Yet for…

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