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Ginger M. Sullivan | Psychotherapy in Washington, DC
Gingersullivan.org Mar 16, 2021 · Ginger Sullivan specializes in individual psychotherapy, couples therapy, group psychotherapy and teaching and speaking engagements in Washington, DC.
Book | Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org The Road Out: Musings from a Southern Wanderlust features a collection of poignant essays about one woman’s quest to leave her southern culture behind in search of something more. Told in a memoir-like style, it speaks to the psychological underpinning of universal life truths.
Individual Therapy | Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Finding the right fit for a counselor was, by far, the most important first step of my journey of personal growth. Before I found Ginger, I had been to all sorts of counselors and therapists – therapists that just answered your questions with questions, therapists that had healing crystals in their basement, and therapists that unveiled issues, but offered no solutions.
Learning to Sit - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Oct 22, 2020 · I know you know what I mean. You’ve had the experience where you open up some heaviness in your heart. You tell a story – your story – of your humanness. A heartache. A loss. A tragedy. A surreal experience that you’ve endured. And you …
Blog | Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org A “happy marriage” is a capitalistic concept. It sells expensive engagement rings and throws lavish weddings. But it sets up a bright-eyed couple for a disappointing and harsh fall that many never rebound.
Frequently Asked Questions | Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Browse through some of the most frequently asked questions about the counseling and psychotherapy services offered by Ginger Sullivan in Washington, DC.
The Four Corners of the Relationship Grid - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Jun 26, 2014 · I am grateful to my mentor, Terry Real, for providing the frame of the information I am about to share with you. I have taken his work and expanded upon it but thanks to his great wisdom, he provides a blueprint to determine our “relational edge” which points to our path of growth toward the […]
The Dangers of Love: Understanding the Love Avoidant and ...
Gingersullivan.org Feb 24, 2014 · I am fascinated of late by the Love Avoider. The neglected one in the crowd. All the attention stolen by the Love Addict. And isn’t that ironic? The Love Avoider has even found a way to hide from that spotlight. Not this time. Got ’em. You get the whole enchilada this month and next. We […]
About Ginger M. Sullivan | Psychotherapy in Washington, DC
Gingersullivan.org About Ginger Sullivan, MA, LPC, CGP, FAGPA. I admit it’s a bit cluttered. My office, that is. I prefer to call it “homey,” like a loved-up living room that holds the stories and artifacts of the many lives it has contained, soothed, and healed over the years.
Commitment to What? - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Aug 18, 2020 · When it comes to commitment, there are two types: One can commit to the frame. I will not abandon my spouse, my child, my job, etc. until I die. The institution is established and will not falter. I said I would, and I will. Period. End of story. Or, one can commit to the work […]
Group Therapy | Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Group counseling has forever changed the way I connect with others and the ultimate feeling of deep connection with those closest to me. Ginger helped me break down my façade, which I used to simply mirror back what others wanted out of me.
Couples Therapy & Weekend Intensives | Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Couple Therapy Program Packages and Services: 1. Couples’ X-Ray: Your First Step to Relational Success. The Couples’ X-Ray is a unique opportunity that will assess and give insight as to the inner workings of your relational dance.
Ten Miles of Hell - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Jun 11, 2019 · I hate that picture. Or, I should say, I hated it. It is now one of my most prized possessions. The framed moment was the first thing I grabbed when my father’s life suddenly ended back in September of 1987. I now look lovingly at it as it sits atop my desk. I still can’t […]
The Set-Up - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Sep 21, 2018 · It’s largely about the set-up. Do not go into a difficult conversation with your partner without establishing a solid frame. This gives you the best chance to be heard and for the exchange to go well. 1. Ask if this is a good time. You don’t want to attempt an important dialogue when one of […]
Real Food - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Dec 30, 2019 · “It’s great to see you. How have you been?” “Fine. And you.” “Great!” Silence. That awkward thud of what to say now. How many of those conversations are you about to have this week? With Aunt Susan, Uncle John, Cousin Bob and even your mother or …
Contact | Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Now is a great time to become the best possible version of YOU. Sign up with a Licensed Professional Counselor in Washington, DC today.
Talk About It - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Jul 14, 2020 · Inevitably, when working with couples, I end up assisting parents with their children. Besides, that’s what we relational life therapists espouse – evolving the emotional and relational health in the generational line. On two recent occasions, I reminded disheartened parents that of course, it is difficult for kids to experience trauma – whether it is […]
Go Around Again - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Dec 26, 2018 · Many of you know that I ran track in high school. The mile run was my specialty. That’s four laps around for you sports novices. After the many logged hours of pre-race training, all that was needed was a strategy as to pace and take over and then the sheer will to give it all […]
Your Inner Daycare - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Jan 22, 2020 · Whether we know it or not. Whether we want to admit it or not. We all are running an inner daycare. Our toddler and school-age children are running around inside. Mayhem. Each with his/her own agenda — “Feed me, feed me.” “Don’t leave me.” “Love me.” “Mine.” “I hate you.” “I got it. I’ll take […]
Wantless and Needless - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Feb 20, 2018 · Wantless and Needless.* Definition: (noun or adjective) A brilliant psychological adaption whereby a child learns to ignore his or her human needs, creating a false internal belief that he or she no longer has them. This protective move keeps a child from either the chronic pain of unmet needs or the ensuing disappointment that occurs […]
True Intimacy - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org May 11, 2019 · … Without sacrificing one for the other. For if I hide me, then at best I am codependent. At worst, I am suicidal – metaphorically – meaning that I am nowhere to be found in my relationship. If it’s all about me and I don’t give a shit about you, well … that’s a narcissist’s […]
Emotional Health Archives - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Learning to Sit. by Ginger Sullivan | Oct 22, 2020 | Emotional Health. I know you know what I mean. You’ve had the experience where you open up some heaviness in your heart. You tell a story – your story – of your humanness.
Aging Archives - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Real Food. by Ginger Sullivan | Dec 30, 2019 | Aging, Relationships “It’s great to see you. How have you been?” “Fine. And you.” “Great!” Silence. That awkward thud of what to say now.
Enjoying Life's Plum - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Mar 20, 2016 · By most counts, I am still a young woman yet I can already tell you that I don’t like this aging thing. It sucks. My energy is no longer limitless. I don’t recognize my body in the mirror. Every day, simple things, frequently vacate my mind. In-style fashion would make me look ridiculous, like some […]
Swimming in Deep Waters - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Jun 04, 2018 · “Come on in! The water is grand!” says our friend, swimming amongst the brilliantly colored coral and playful dolphins. She would sure love some company as to not be swimming alone out there. The rest of us just wave from the ship’s deck. Margaritas …
Question and Answer - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Feb 14, 2017 · Thank you for the question: How do I figure out what the thing is for me that is holding me back from intimacy and deeper relationships and how to start working on that thing? Dear Reader – I offer two speculations of what might be holding you back from intimacy and deeper relationships. First, lack […]
Relational Intimacy Archives - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org “I Thought We Were Fine” by [email protected] | Dec 15, 2020 | Relational Intimacy, Relationships “I thought we were fine,” she said last night in our couples’ session. He contacted me two days ago, wanting to get in to see me before I left for vacation.
Lunching Before It's Too Late - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org May 16, 2017 · I had lunch yesterday with my 91-year-old friend. It’s not what you might imagine. I did not go visit her in the nursing home. We did not dine over bland mashed potatoes and red Jell-O. No, not my friend. She invited me to lunch. She made a reservation. I dressed for the occasion, pretending to […]
Falling in Love - Ginger M. Sullivan
Gingersullivan.org Jun 21, 2019 · One of the best definitions of psychotherapy I’ve ever heard is that we take the parts of someone that aren’t likable and we turn them into someone that’s more lovable. Bring me your shit and we shall turn water into wine. Sifting through the no longer needed, polishing up the keepers and discovering the long […]