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Charlie Howell

Charlie is a graduate of the MA in Counseling Psychology program. When he's not writing at his kitchen table or chasing after his puppy, Sam, he prefers to get lost in the mountains or along the beaches with friends. Read more of his writing at charlesahowell.com.

  • Hearing Voices

    As we pursue the hard work of wrestling deeply with our own stories, we come face to face with internal voices of condemnation and...
  • The Fights That Need Fighting

    Last week, Kelsey Paulsen wrote about encountering the fighter within herself, the one willing to wrestle with past wounds and present realities in pursuit...
  • Bound to Safety

    Instead of engaging the complexity of the world around us, it often seems easier to divide everything into broad, black-and-white categories. Here, Charlie Howell,...
  • Here Am I

    One of the first questions new students are asked when arriving at The Seattle School is “How did you get here?” or, to put...
  • Lay Your Tired Stories to Rest

    We talk often about the beauty and necessity of learning to tell our stories. But what stories are we telling? Here, second-year MA in...