Do you sometimes feel like a stranger to yourself and you want to learn to be your own best friend? Are there old issues that get in your way over and over?
Did you suffer trauma or neglect in your childhood and have trouble with anxiety, anger, or depression taking over you life now?
Are you passionate and creative and want to be of service in the world but you seem stymied in your efforts to move ahead in your vocation?
Do you want a deeper spiritual life but you don’t quite fit in most religious settings and you’re confused about where to get spiritual guidance?
I would be honored to accompany you on your journey. My name is Robert Cornell. I have a passion for spiritually based psychotherapy that helps my clients realize who they truly are, to pursue their desire for meaningful work and to have good relationships with themselves and others in their lives.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call me at 626-991-1080 for a free consultation!
My name is Robert Cornell. I have a passion for spiritually based psychotherapy that helps my clients realize who they truly are, to pursue their desire for meaningful work and to have good relationships with themselves and others in their lives.
Many of us don’t know how to be our own best friend. We expect big things from ourselves, but when we make a mistake, we fall into harsh self judgment. We have dreams of using our gifts but we can only see our faults and not our talents. We know we are our own worst enemies but we don’t know how to call a truce to our war with ourselves and be on our own team 100%.
This is a common problem and it is one that highly motivated people often have with themselves. They learned in childhood how to motivate themselves by having pointed out to them where they could have done better without being appreciated and encouraged for how much they have accomplished already. This is not a good way to motivate yourself even if that is what a parent or teacher did with you!
This group explores spiritual practices from all of the great religious traditions. There is a special focus on practices that come out of the Buddhist meditation and Christian contemplation traditions. The group also integrates psychological and spiritual insight . Robert Cornell , the leader, has over forty years of experience in the areas of spiritual and psychological work and is a licensed mental health professional.
This group meets every Friday night from 7:00 - 8:30 PM ( approx.)
at All Saints Episcopal Church at 132 N. Euclid Ave, Pasadena, CA 91101
This group is free. More Information
Road to Healing