Margaret Nagib, PsyD - Christian Therapist & Faculty Member, TK Clinical Development Institute

The Power and Science of Hope

by Margaret Nagib, PsyD - Christian Therapist & Faculty Member, TK Clinical Development Institute
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The most intriguing piece of advice I ever received as a counselor in training came from one of my favorite professors. He told me, “In the very first session always give them a little magic.” Now that’s an interesting choice of words. The more I thought about the concept, the more the idea excited me. […]

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Hunting For Hope in God’s Promise

by Margaret Nagib, PsyD - Christian Therapist & Faculty Member, TK Clinical Development Institute
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Easter time is filled with fun memories from my childhood – sunrise service, pretty dresses worn with lace-rimmed socks and patent leather shoes, baskets lovingly prepared and waiting for us in the living room on Easter morning, big family gatherings and of course, the infamous city-wide Easter egg hunt. I really loved the egg hunt. It […]

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The Heart of the Matter – Finding Hope in Your Spiritual Pulse

by Margaret Nagib, PsyD - Christian Therapist & Faculty Member, TK Clinical Development Institute
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In my last blog post, I talked about taking your spiritual pulse. Have you ever stopped to notice just how many phrases we use that refer to the part of our body that generates our physical pulse…..our heart? You can “listen to your heart” and “know your heart”, discern the “heart of a matter” or […]

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Got a (Spiritual) Pulse?

by Margaret Nagib, PsyD - Christian Therapist & Faculty Member, TK Clinical Development Institute
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When is the last time you felt alive? I mean, really alive. Free to be the person you have always envisioned and hoped you could be. Free to be the person that you know deep down in your heart you are. If you are feeling less than alive (or if you are wondering, “Do I […]

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