Soul Repair is a wonderful support group for women working on healing from childhood abuse and/or neglect. Group members work on moving forward in their lives while being in an environment that emphasizes safety, validation and engagement with psycho-spiritual practices, such as mindfulness, self-acceptance, self-compassion and self-care.
Please note that this a virtual support group that connects group members via an online platform.
Robert Cornell is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Los Angeles, Ca. His specialty is in spiritual psychology, the rich area of overlap between psychology and spirituality. His passion is in exploring with his clients this deep interconnection between these fields of healing, growth and personal realization.
Robert does individual and couples therapy with the focus being on helping people to grow into their best selves. He especially likes taking on the role of a caring thoughtful parental figure who provides the support and guidance that his clients often did not get growing up. He sees a lot of individuals who were abused or neglected as children and are trying to heal repetitive and self defeating patterns of behavior in their work and relationships. He also runs small groups for men and women where they can get support and learn skills such as mindfulness and self compassion.
Because of Robert's business background, he often advises clients on work related issues and on finding work that better fits their personal interests and goals. In today’s challenging climate, this requires very practical considerations as well as creative ways to find outlets for one’s skills, talents and passions.
The work Robert does today with those he mentors as a Spiritual Director is a seamless integration of psychology and spirituality. For Robert, the deepest healing is always on the spiritual level, but the insights of psychology help us to understand in more detail exactly what needs healing. Recently, he published the book "Fifty Ways of Letting Go" which details how this integrative work is done.