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Tammie Fowles is a psychotherapist, celebrant, and author currently practicing in Lewiston, Maine.. She has a Masters degree in Social Work and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and is a certified celebrant. She is the author of "BirthQuake: The Journey to Wholeness," and "Finding the Forest: Working with Trauma Survivors."
Tammie provides psychotherapy, life celebrations, and workshops to both individuals and groups, and continuing education seminars and retreats to social workers and other mental health professionals. She has appeared on both national radio and public television. You can visit her website at: http://sageplace.com or contact her at 207-620-0792

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On Dark Nights in America and Women's Wisdom Reflections on how the wisdom and commitment of women during these dark days in America can lead us forward.

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To Theodore on the Day of the People's Climate March A psychotherapist and fledgling elder reflects on the Legacy of Theodore Roszak on the day of the People's Climate March.

Sunday, September 27, 2009 (2 comments)     

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Does Wendell Potter Both Mirror the Worst, and Model the Best in Ourselves? It's been said that evil prevails when good people do nothing to stop it. I am one of those people who on far too many occasions have done nothing. As Rabbi Abraham Heschel wisely pointed out, “In regards to cruelties committed in the name of a free society, some are guilty, while all are responsible.” Wendell Potter, from my perspective, is most definitely a guilty man. He is also a product of his society...

Sunday, September 20, 2009 (2 comments)     

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September in Maine and the Transformation of Our Spirits The changing of the seasons is viewed as a metaphor for our own transformations.

Friday, June 26, 2009 (15 comments)     

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Rewriting our Stories It's time we revise the stories we tell and more importantly live as Americans

Friday, June 12, 2009 (1 comments)     

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We have the Story Wrong - There's More Work Than Ever! In our consumer driven culture we have both managed to distort and failed to honor the stories of so many who are engaged in critical and necessary work.

Monday, September 8, 2008 (2 comments)     

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Break Down or Break Through? Part One A therapist explores how our pain can become a pathway to possibility.

Monday, September 8, 2008     

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Break Down or Break Through? Part Two A therapist explores how our pain can become a pathway to possibility