Re-Conceive Podcast:
Deborah Cox & Tracy Maxfield

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ReConceive Podcasts

Although change can be scary, we grow the most when we have to change paradigms. ReConceive is all about expanding how we think and freeing us to imagine new things. We bring together groups of professionals to talk about healing and evolution, recovery from trauma, and the many ways we move toward feeling better and contributing our unique gifts to the world. As educators, coaches, and helping professionals, we see the growth potential in all of us. ReConceive blends psychology, theology, fitness, and allied health disciplines to reimagine the self, parenting, work, and relationships.

ReConceive BLOGS

"Multi" is my favorite color and I (DC) love to mix ideas. People are complicated systems, so only one view of our problems leaves out many dimensions that could help speed relief. This is why I work closely with Tracy Maxfield, a neuromuscular therapist, energy worker, and dancer. Tracy and I combine concepts once thought to be separate: neuromuscular therapy and family systems, dance and attachment processes, therapeutic movement and EMDR (eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing) therapy. We learn from each other's very different approaches and our clients benefit. Blending multiple elements in therapy allows us to address a person's distress from the perspective of the body, its sensation and pain - and the less visible aspects of emotion, story, and thought.

 

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Listening to Children’s Anger: Anger Wisdom, Part XXIII

Remember being angry as a child? Children's anger deserves our attention. When I talk to adults about their childhood anger, they usually remember, but feel anxious talking about it. Sometimes they draw a complete blank. I definitely remember being angry as a kid, and...

When Anger Corrodes: Anger Wisdom, Part XXII

When anger corrodes. Wait, does it? How can you tell when your anger morphs from a moment of clarity and self-protection to something else entirely? Anger has its destructive side . . . at least Ursula K. Le Guin believes it does. I reserve the right, at the end of...

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