Psychologist, Samaritan Counseling Center
Ph.D., is a licensed counseling psychologist on the staffs of the Samaritan
Counseling Center and Le Bonheur Center for Children and Families. He
earned his Doctorate from Kent State University. Earle's practice includes
individual therapy for adult and teenagers, couples therapy, educational
seminars and psychological assessment. Some of his specific areas of interest
include the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD, parent-training, the intersection
of spirituality and psychology, the long-term implications of poverty
and violence on personality and sexual self-concept. Earle is an ordained
Deacon at Idlewild Presbyterian Church.
Brief Insights on Spirituality and Religion
As adults, when we talk about growth, it is much more personal,
internal, intimate than change...
Change and transition don't always have to be bad things. ...
Help With Life Issues
the Voices of Others
Learning from different perspectives while still following
your own compass
Facing the questions that determine our choices
Dealing with Disappointment
for surviving the downside of life
Knowing when the time is right to leave the Safety
Whom Can We Turn?
We all have times in life
when we need a sympathetic ear. The key is to know when and where
we can go for help.
Coping with Change
Everything that should change stays the same, and everything
that should stay the same changes...
Community Centered Life
the global catastrophe precipitated by the recent terrorist attacks
America, I had written several articles about the human need for
is the Great Adventure.
I'm not sure who said that but it's a phrase I'm quite fond of.
Sometimes pleasant, sometimes painful, it certainly is an adventure...