Coexist

Coexist

I think it is safe to say that most people are sick of all the suffering, pain, tragedy, war, manipulation, etc.. So how do we stop all of it? How do we learn to live together and coexist as one? Countless times we as a species, have united under horrible circumstances to lend a hand and selflessly help one another. But will this be the only way we will find a way to live in peace? Must some horrible circumstance or event happen that will allow us to come together? Can there be other ways to come togethre as ONE that does not require death and destruction. Is there at least a place we can start? I think it starts with each person’s own personal healing and accountability of their actions. Its not to say that we don’t or can’t make mistakes, because we will. We are human. That is part of the reason we are human. To make mistakes and hopefully learn from them. But if we could look deep within ourselfs and see all the parts and all the things we need to change to be a better person, I do believe we could start to end so much of the hatred we have towards each other. We can only grow as a species as more of us grow as individuals. I have more thoughts that I will share later.. But what do you think? Do you think invidual healing is the way for human healing? I’d love to hear people’s thoughts… Peace and Love..

About nicholasgolden10

Living with my fiance and her 3 kids. And our 2 cats. Just trying to get by in this crazy world. Started on my spiritual path 3 years ago after continued profound experiences. Music is my passion. Currently working as a counselor, life coach (just starting), behavior analyst, and spiritual consultant. Certified in Reiki I and II. Looking to finish up Advanced Reiki and become a Reiki Master by the Fall of 2013. I graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Northeastern University. I then continued my education and attained a Masters in Intensive Special Needs (M.Ed.) at Fitchburg State College and then my Board Certified Behavior Analyst Certification (BCBA-D) from Master Level courses from the University of North Texas. I then decided to pursue my education in psychology at the Doctoral Level at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP). I also attained a Masters in Arts in Psychology after completing my 2nd year of courses at MSPP. I graduated with my Doctorate (Psy.D) in Clinical Psychology from MSPP in August of 2012. I am currently doing my Post Doctorate Fellowship to attain supervision hours to sit for Professional Licensure in Psychology. I have clinical experience with clients with Mental Health Disorders, Spiritual Issues, Social/ Emotional issues, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Learning Disabilities, and other Special Needs ranging in ages from 2 to 65. I have worked for nonprofit organizations, private and public school systems, consultation services, community out-patient therapy services (individual, couples, group, and family), and an inpatient hospital. In addition to training in child, adolescent, adult, couples and family services, I have experience treating individuals coping with trauma, substance abuse, ADHD, depression, mood disorders, conduct disorders, dissociative disorders, anxiety, panic disorders, eating disorders, and autism spectrum disorders. My clinical work also focuses on sensitive issues concerning cultural, holistic, and spiritual aspects. I have over five years focusing on children, adolescent, adult, and family therapy in clinical psychology, in addition to my 12 years working as an ABA therapist/ consultant, case manager, clinical supervisor, and special education educator.
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