Jenny Fang, MS, MFT is a marriage and family therapist specializing in the couples who want to reconnect with their spirituality, and introduce rituals to create greater life meaning. She conducts her couples therapy online and in an intensive retreat format in Los Angeles, CA.
She has training in The Gottman Method, Emotionally-focused Couples Therapy, The Developmental Model of Couples Therapy, Cognitive-behavioral therapy, EMDR, Prepare-Enrich, guided visualizations, and SoZo.
She is one of our earliest clinicians who trained at Couples Therapy Inc.
A few years ago, I was at a place in my life where I thought I had everything I was supposed to have.
On many different levels, I had it all. But I wasn’t content.
That was the one thing that was missing, and I couldn’t understand it.
When I discussed this with other people, they would say, You think too much. Why can’t you just be content with what you have? You’re expecting too much.
Then, unexpectedly, I underwent a very difficult time, during which I experienced a series of traumatic events.
This opened me up to a whole new world of understanding what my faith really means to me. I started to do some soul searching.
This ebook talks about how I first discovered these answers for myself, and then talk about the approach I use to help clients reconnect with these aspects of themselves.
Here we explore how to personally integrate a deeper emotional bond using the techniques I've earlier outlined.
I discuss these issues here.
This work isn't for everyone, and neither should anyone assume any therapist can help with these issues.
Here I warn my colleagues about the dangers of misusing this work, and I point out the pitfalls in doing this work with clients.
There are eight activities I recommend to people here.
As a clinician, I'm also careful to be able to help those with problematic cognitive patterns, like Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) to find work-arounds.
Not everyone can meditate, however. I also go over a variety of strategies that can help you reach a place of peace, even if sitting still is a problem.
I end with one of my favorite meditations for loving kindness.
There are various steps along the way where I help you to keep on track as we go.
I hope you find great peace and harmony using it.