Joining a CSA farm share this summer brought unexpected gifts for me.

In this post I talk about how my farm share experience helped me to practice what I preach. Writing this story reminded me of the importance of nurturing myself deeply and how critical that is to sustaining the work of being a therapist.

This blog is published on the Movement Matters Body-Centered Psychotherapy website and shared here.

How Kolhrabi Helped Me Practice What I Preach


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