By Tina Engel Jesus said, “Father, forgive them, for they don’t know what they are doing.” And the soldiers gambled for his clothes by throwing the dice. My first time …
By Tina Engel I knew in December that I was going to write this blog and have it post on Valentine’s Day yet found myself pondering the meaning of love …
Every January, we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Reverend King spent his life fighting racism and injustice. He made a difference in the lives of countless people, and his legacy lives on in the work of those who seek to build a world where all people are treated with dignity. His legacy reminds us of our work here at Christian Counseling Center, where we create inclusive and connected communities through healing.
By Tina Engel, LMFT, Executive Director, CCC San Jose This year has been a wild ride. We have had to navigate safety threats with our health, our ethnicity, and our …
As you begin to embrace the losses felt by this pandemic, know you are not alone. By sharing our experiences, we become vulnerable to each other and together we can find new meaning from the losses we have endured.
When two people meet and marry, they must navigate differences in communication patterns, family-of-origin dynamics, and gender roles. Partners may also come from different socioeconomic backgrounds or religions. So, in many ways, all marriages may be considered intercultural.
Have you ever tried to relax, only to find yourself feeling more stressed or even triggered in the process? If this happens to you, you may want to try grounding instead.
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