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Karen Carnabucci

Racine, Wisconsin
The whole person approach to healing, change, learning and growth! Commentary, ideas and advice from Karen Carnabucci, MSS, LCSW, TEP, an integrative psychotherapist, psychodramatist and trainer in Racine, Wisconsin. Learn more about Karen at her Web site at http://www.lakehousecenter.com and... Full Bio
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Contemporary psychotherapy isn't all talk by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Along with the growth of interest in alternative medicine, a growth in the interest about choices in alternative psychotherapy. "Alternatives" don't just come down to he ... Read on »
January newsletter: more constellation healing groups, plus personal growth for the new year by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Imagine a constellation in the sky – a grouping of stars that depicts your ancestors. Each one has an invisible string connecting one to another and to you. As you live y ... Read on »
Happy new change! by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living It's the new year, and how are those resolutions going for you? Are you committed, motivated, dedicated to what new change you want to bring into your life? ... Read on »
A little ritual to say a good farewell to 2010 by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Thinking about the past year? Here is a way to make a good end to 2010: Remember all of the painful and difficult experiences that took place. Write these experiences in ... Read on »
Professional newsletter: January training with vision board, conference notes, more by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Learn to make a vision board! It's nearly 2011! That means that Wisconsin professionals think about making our goals while also figuring out how to get continuing educati ... Read on »
December newsletter: Grateful as 2010 ends, plus tips for health, insurance, more by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Winding down for 2010... As the year ends, we remember all the goodness that has happened at Lake House during 2010. We've introduced spiritual teacher Markus Kasunic ... Read on »
Should politicians like John Boehner cry -- or is there more to tears? (Yes.) by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Just about every news channel and every other Internet article is commenting on the tears of John Boehner, the congressman who cried on the 60 Minutes news program the other ... Read on »
December newsletter: Good cheer with InterPlay, plus Holidays, Peace & Families by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living We had people dancing with smiles on their faces for the InterPlay programs in November! If you missed the groups with Georgia Jean Kaftan, she'll be back this weekend for m ... Read on »
Health & Wellness newsletter: InterPlay, cell phones and veterans by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living What is InterPlay? InterPlay is an active, creative way to unlock the wisdom of the body. InterPlay is easy, fun, and life changing. It is based in a series of increment ... Read on »
November newsletter: Sand tray training on Friday, plus Health & Gift Fest, mindfulness by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Sand Tray Theatre is Friday's next training. The use of a sand tray and miniatures offers an engaging way to work with children, teens, adults, couples and groups. Sand t ... Read on »
November newsletter -- join us for our Health & Gift Fest, plus more! by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Join us for our Health & Gift Fest on Saturday! We've been having a lot of fun putting together Saturday's Fall Health & Gift Fest. It's  10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Lake House ... Read on »
At holiday time, ask: What is meaningful? by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living This is the time when we often feel overwhelmed with all the demands of the holiday. The truth is that many people face the holidays with dread, disgust, fear or worse – or ... Read on »
Mirror, mirror, let me see the healing so I can be healed... by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Have you been with a friend who's tripped on the edge of the rug -- and you felt an inner twinge as you watched that stumble? That's because of mirror neurons, a little k ... Read on »
Dr. Brown's wisdom on how we connect with others, feel worthy and embrace imperfection by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living "In order for connection to happen, we have to allow ourselves to be seen." -- Brené Brown. Dr. Brené Brown is a researcher professor at the University of Houston ... Read on »
Look who's here for Fall Health & Gift Fest by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Chain maille purse by Leayn Tabili Autumn is here, and leaves are falling... There’s a crispness in the air, and the holidays are approaching… Lake Ho ... Read on »
Professional newsletter: How sand tray soothed distress with a healing memorial to murder by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living This month's training Just a couple of spaces left for our all-day women's retreat and training with Gerlinde Gelina and Systemic Constellation Work on Oct. 30. See detai ... Read on »
Veterans' wellness study to look at alternative health programs by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Men who are veterans who served for Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) or Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) can help with a well-being study while earning up to $299 for their par ... Read on »
Looking for a fine romance? Your intuition will help you. by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living When we're under the intoxicating influence of love, we often miss seeing signs that pop up in our daily life to give us clues as to whether we're on the right track. ... Read on »
Ancestors are drawing the attention of many of us by Karen Carnabucci Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living In the popular "Who Do You Think You Are?" television series, filmmaker Spike Lee traveled to Georgia to learn about his once–enslaved ancestors. He used census records, U.S ... Read on »