Dr. Wade currently is focusing on his writings and lectures; however, for a limited number of veterans or families, he will consider offing therapy or coaching. For veterans, he most often helps with post-traumatic stress (he does not think it is a “disorder!”) affecting their relationships and reintegration into society. With families, he will help with seemingly unexplained issues between parents and their child or between their children.
Along with his schooling, Dr. Wade has had many hours of counseling, both personal and supervisory; he animatedly maintains that he would be unable to help other if he did not first “clean up his own mess!” Just as you would never hire a guide to climb Mt. Everest that had only read a “how-to” book, neither should you hire a psychotherapist or coach that only had “book learning!”
Wade is passionate about helping children and adults free themselves from the lingering effects of psychological, emotional, and physical abuse. Now that he is semi-retired, Dr. Wade helps others through his presentations to groups, contribution to a somatic psychology book, and his articles on a wide variety of parenting, developmental issues, forgiveness, and living an authentic, love-filled life!
As Carl Jung stated: “Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens. Awaken from the dream of who others think you should be!
“Someday, maybe, there will exist a well-informed, well considered and yet fervent public conviction that the most deadly of all possible sins is the mutilation of a child’s spirit” Erik Erikson