Paul Coleman

Paul Coleman

Dr. Paul Coleman is a psychologist in private practice for over 25 years. He specializes in relationship issues, anxiety, trauma, and grief. He is the author of 12 books including "FINDING PEACE WHEN YOUR HEART IS IN PIECES" and has appeared nationally on shows such as OPRAH, TODAY, and GERALDO. He has been quoted in numerous magazines and has written chapters in books such as "All-in-One Marriage Prep" and the scholarly book "Exploring Forgiveness." Dr. Coleman has a special interest in metaphysics and the role of spirituality in the context of psychotherapy.. He conducts workshops on intuition and has studied mediumship with several world-renowned teachers. For fun, Paul enjoys stage-acting and has appeared in regional theater productions for the past 15 years. Favorite productions include THE SECRET GARDEN, 1776, NOISES OFF, LOST IN YONKERS, and PROOF. Paul also wrote the play THE FOOT SHOOTERS which had its off-off Broadway debut in May, 2011. Dr. Coleman is happily married for 30 years. He and his wife Jody have three grown children.

Articles:

You May Be Wandering, But You May Not Be Lost

In the aftermath of some great loss, we tend to move through our days as a wanderer in an unfamiliar place. Everything looks the same and yet–somehow it feels so […]

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The Music of Life

In the happiest of times, life rings out like a soaring piece of orchestral music, a symphony for my soul. The violins are lovely; the trumpets glorious; the flutes and […]

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The Relationship Continues, the Context has Changed

I spoke to Bridget, who nearly one year after her dad’s passing at the age of sixty-four was missing him terribly. She always had a close connection to her dad […]

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Asking the ‘Why’ Question

Our logical, analytical mind demands answers to tough questions. Chief among them is often “Why did this tragedy have to happen?” When our pain is great and our loss profound, […]

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Do You See the Mystery?

The first time I saw the ocean, I was fifteen. I walked up a slight hill. The water was not yet in view, but the sky already seemed different, as […]

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How to Feel a Greater Connection to Loved Ones in Spirit

When someone we dearly love passes on, we miss their physical presence. Even when we truly believe they are in a better place and that we will see them again […]

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‘Carry On’: A Song of Hope

What would those who died say to their loved ones if they could somehow get a message across? I asked that question over and over in my mind in April […]

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The Search for Meaning During Loss and Adversity

From the moment he left my office, I couldn’t think of much else. His final few words opened up places in my heart not easily closed. About five years ago, […]

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