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  • Anxiety busters: Deep breathing and kindness

    At the beginning of the recession, Kent Hoffman, a 63-year-old Spokane psychotherapist, suggested that The Spokesman-Review publish regular stories about kind acts to counter the anxiety people were feeling as …

  • Successful parenting program ready to be released on DVD

    Spokane psychotherapists Bert Powell, Glen Cooper and Kent Hoffman pioneered the “Circle of Security” – a program that helps parents bond with their babies. If parents don’t bond, a child’s …

  • Why kindness matters

    Several months ago, Kent Hoffman, a 61-year-old Spokane psychotherapist, e-mailed The Spokesman-Review with the suggestion that the newspaper publish a front-page story every day about acts of kindness. He believed …

  • Wise words from Kent Hoffman

    This is the complete transcript of Kent Hoffman’s “Wise Words in Troubled Times.”



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