Author Archive for: Kongit Farrell
Kongit Farrell is a Strategic Life and Relationship Coach, and author who specializes in individual and couples counseling. She received her B.S. in Communication from the University of Southern California, and her M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University. She applied her knowledge while working for the Clinton Administration in the Communication Office. She was then appointed Commissioner for the Department of Public Social Services where she advised Los Angeles County Supervisors on issues of policy regarding welfare and other social programs that serve marginalized populations. Kongit worked at Pacific Clinics for four years as a mental health therapist for clients with severe and persistent mental illness and now devotes her time to completing her hours towards licensure as a marriage and family therapist, writing, and building her private practice in Los Angeles.
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Entries by Kongit Farrell
Your life is a seed and life is a series of seasons. What do I mean by this? Well, imagine that Planet Earth is a huge garden and that each individual life is a seed. A person’s environment becomes their garden and each person is their own gardener. If a gardener does not understand that his seed needs to be protected in a safe garden environment and nurtured regularly; or that it will only sprout after a cycle of seasons passes, he might starve his seed, dig it up prematurely or let other gardeners or bad weather prevent it from… Read more.
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