Opinion: Priscilla Dann-Courtney: Listening to your body’s wisdom
When we pay attention to our bodies, important information about our emotional experience can surface that we may not be cognitively aware of.
Opinion: Priscilla Dann-Courtney: An enlightening journey with ‘magically’ grown mushrooms
The morel mushrooms growing in our window well brought us community, laughter and childlike curiosity. As with most things, morels remind us of joy and impermanence.
Opinion: Priscilla Dann-Courtney: Working remotely is no longer a remote concept
As we attempt to adapt to the clatter in our lives as a result of the pandemic, listening to ourselves and others as we adjust to changing needs and realities...
Opinion: Priscilla Dann-Courtney: Finding comfort in nature
Little beings of summer fill our homes and gardens. Hummingbirds flutter, ladybugs surprise us, ants frustrate us, and our pet toad has returned for a fifth year.
Opinion: Priscilla Dann-Courtney: Remembering serves recovery
Memorial Day weekend will always hold a both tender wound and beautiful place in my heart. It is a memorial and remembrance of veterans who fought for our democracy. Yet...
Priscilla-Dann Courtney: Nurturing as we age
The pandemic has kept many of us behind closed doors, limiting the opportunity to travel and take distance from daily life to get perspective on our day-to-day.
Commentary: Priscilla Dann-Courtney: Parenting grandly the next generation
There are two kinds of grandparenting. One is about experiencing the more personal that I hear about from friends, family and clients who discuss becoming grandparents, impending grandparenthood, or accepting...
Opinion: Priscilla Dann-Courtney: Breathing through the virus
My mother died during the pandemic just shy of her 95th birthday. Not from the virus, but after living a wild, full life — her mind, body and soul needed...