The #BeingLOVEDIs Project

My adventure is to learn what being loved means to others.

Being loved is something everyone deserves.   The #BeingLovedIs campaign, also known as hashtag “being loved is” for the non-twitter folks, is my little project out of the counseling world.

As a therapist, I am constantly learning about other people and their experiences in life.  The main focus in my practice is helping others give and get love.  I decided to start a hash tag project to learn about what being loved is for many people through social media.  As my campaign began to grow, it became a place for community connection.  Now I connect with people in person and online.

A hashtag is the # symbol used with a key phrase or word within twitter.  It allows others to find common threads and comments using the specific topic or item.  Hash tags are now used and attached to other social networks.  My hash tag is #BeingLOVEDIs.  People can express their meaning to being loved and show it on various social networking sites.  Visit my site to see all the great photos! BeingLOVEDIs

I’d like to hear what being loved is to you.  Please mention #BeingLovedIs on your Instagram photos, tweet it, or post it on my facebook page.

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It’s been nearly 20 years since I first became interested in studying psychotherapy. I began practicing the scientific approaches to psychotherapy in 1997 and I was hooked from then on.

I earned my Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family psychotherapy in 2004 and I am currently licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist MFT (LMFT#47653) with the Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS).

I focus my practice upon the empirically-based and proven research methods of Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

I’ve seen these techniques consistently get results and I truly believe they are the most effective at creating positive, long-term change.

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