Douglas Tataryn is a clinical psychologist and a long-time meditator. He received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology in 1991 from the University of Arizona. Douglas is the founder of the Bio-Emotive framework – a powerful tool for understanding and processing emotions. He conducts seminars in integral theory, sports psychology, and the integration of psychology and spirituality as well as emotional clearing workshops all throughout North America. In this episode, we speak about cultural alexithymia, the difference between emotions and feelings, emotional repression, and the role crying plays in emotional healing.
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