Archive for Charles Darwin – Page 2

Psychology and Philanthropy’s Attack on Darwin and Evolution Theory (part II of II)

I ended part I by simply asking, “What’s going on here?” In part I, I pointed to two major voices—one in philanthropy, the other in counseling psychology—talking about paradigm shifts, building consensus around social problems (which one author calls “consenualizing”), and connecting. In part II, I’d like to take a stab at answering the question, “What’s […]

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Psychology and Philanthropy’s Attack on Darwin and Evolution Theory (part I of II)

On many days I wear three different hats: geologist, psychotherapist (in the field of counseling psychology), and philanthropist. I try to bring this wide-angle view to the work I do as a philanthropist making and monitoring grants primarily in the areas of mental health and human services. In this two-part blog series I’d like to […]

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Repent for the Cosmic Castration Is Upon Us (part II)

The other morning I was enjoying a hot shower. I had my Waterpik shower head on pulsate. I was daydreaming about possible plans for my retirement (roam the countryside in an RV perhaps), which may never materialize given current economic conditions. All was well until I jumped back in response to the water going momentarily cold […]

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Dr. Ippen-Ghosh on Attachment, Culture, and Trauma (Part I)

On October 26th, 2010, I had the pleasure of attending a workshop by Dr. Chandra Ippen-Ghosh on Understanding How Attachment, Culture, and Trauma Shape Engagement and Service Provision. Ippen-Ghosh is the Associate Research Director of the Child Trauma Research Program at the University of California, San Francisco and the Early Trauma Treatment Network. She’s also […]

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“Less Traveled” Blog on John Bowlby’s Work Opens (Part 3)

SOBN (Sphere O’Blog News) – We ended Part 2 with you telling us that you are planning to use the same blogging model that you saw depicted in the 2009 movie Julie & Julia. Please tell us more. Rick – In the movie Julie & Julia, the character Julie (fashioned after real world blogger Julie Powell) […]

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