Tag Archives: Dr. Jenni

all the things I didn’t say

all the things she didn’t say today melted away into nothingness she was going to whisper, I love you! she missed talking to him with no distractions her candle burning bright but the wind changed its course and the flame … Continue reading

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the butterfly and the spiderweb

Many years ago I worked at a Christian treatment center for addictions with clients ranging from physicians and judges to homeless men and women, all who were psychologically dependent on alcohol, cocaine, heroin, sex, gambling, eating, the internet, working, etc. … Continue reading

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fitty/fitty

I’ll never forget a couple that I saw years ago who came into my office stating plainly that they were getting a divorce. They had selected me as the future therapist for their seven year old little girl (who I’ll … Continue reading

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it’s the barks that one day we will miss most…

Wherever I go, she goes — her golden eyes tracking mine with supreme adoration and never-ending worship. Her name is Talula. Weighing in at ninety pounds, she curls her body into a tightly wound ball, sleeping between my husband and … Continue reading

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empty space

A baby cries. Her busy mother is unable to pick her up – right away. The cry intensifies. It fills the empty space around the infant with a pressing urgency. The mother rushes to finish her chores. The baby whales … Continue reading

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in every moment there is a web of possibility

Subtle Bodies by Dr. Jenni           One can sit silently in their thoughts and write a musical masterpiece, design a magnificent palace, paint a beautiful work of art, invent something miraculous, invite endless amounts of love, happiness, … Continue reading

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What makes a relationship sustainable, connected and enjoyable?

illustration from Soul Mates (www.jennisart.com) I have been seeing couples for over fifteen years in my private practice, the Center for Creative Psychology. During our first session, all couples sit on opposite sides of my couch, their arms crossed, their … Continue reading

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The Race of Innocence

The other day my five year old asked why different people have different colored skin. Ready to give my best answer to this innocent question, she followed by asking, “Why aren’t people’s skin blue, green, purple or red?” Her comment … Continue reading

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Flickers of Gold

In a hurry to leave for my five year old’s friend’s “American Girl” birthday party, I search through my closet for something to wear. I have just finished breastfeeding my three month old,  cleaning up my dogs throw-up (who got … Continue reading

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A party for your angels

A few days ago an old client called inviting me to a unique party that she was having for all of the ‘angels’ who had affected her life. She had contacted a handful of people who, over the years had … Continue reading

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