Kathryn Palmer, M.Ed., C.C.C. is now accepting new patients.

Kimberly Sogge, Ph.D., C.Psych. has a waiting list until January 2017.

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Wake up to your wholeness.

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Mindful Self Compassion Training Autumn 2016 

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Embrace the full catastrophe.

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Training Autumn 2016

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Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Training for Physicians

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March 24-26, 2017 Mindfulness and Yoga Retreat

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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Training for Professionals February 2-3, 2017

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Kim Sogge

Meditation in Nature (with free meditation downloads)

In recent years I have been exploring the importance of interconnection, particularly our deeply programmed evolutionary connections to the natural world, for physical and mental wellbeing. In my own meditation practice for maintenance of my own emotional and physical health, I have turned to the work […]

Posted by Kimberly Sogge on October 17, 2016.


The Core Component of Mental Health: Psychological Flexibility

You have decided that you are going to get help for yourself or your loved one. I hope that you give yourself some love just for that decision.  Now comes the challenge of choosing the practitioner and approach to assist you in overcoming barriers to […]

Posted by Kimberly Sogge on September 16, 2014.


The Yoga Marathon Experiment

Every scientist practitioner designs experiments.  This is Dr. Sogge's Yoga Marathon Experiment from the Summer of 2012. The Body in Psychotherapy: The Problem The Body comes up all the time in the clinical practice of psychology.   Clients come in the door with painful presenting issues of eating […]

Posted by Kimberly Sogge on August 20, 2012.


Mindfulness for Athletes

Artists, musicians and athletes daily train their fingers, mouths, hands, and entire bodies to create optimal responses to the outer world. Quite honestly, I love working with artists and musicians and athletes in part because they understand the importance of self-observation, practice, and modifying […]

Posted by Kimberly Sogge on June 18, 2012.


Freedom from the Slavemaster

“I freed thousands of slaves, and could have freed thousands more, if they had known they were slaves.” ― Harriet Tubman Recently, a friend posted an article on slavery in Mauritania.  I read the story three times: first in shock, second in disbelief, and finally, in belief.  […]

Posted by Kimberly Sogge on March 23, 2012.


Your Dog as Your Teacher

The thinking mind often misbehaves, with unworkable results. A client brought a cartoon to me recently that was the perfect example of a misbehaving thinking mind. Let's imagine these two characters as thinking mind and as observing mind. The thinking mind is conditioned to react based on […]

Posted by Kimberly Sogge on January 3, 2012.

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A Superhero in Therapy

Even superheros can benefit from learning to work with their minds in a new way. Enjoy![youtube]http://youtu.be/qKujh18nvk0[/youtube]

Posted by Kimberly Sogge on December 6, 2011.

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Compassion and Ugly Truths

Recently I was teaching a mindfulness based stress reduction class for professionals.  We had been practicing together for over a month, and everyone was starting to notice some startling truths about their experience.  So we sat there in friendship, struggling together with the question of  […]

Posted by Kimberly Sogge on November 22, 2011.

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