Edd is not your typical therapist. He combines the skills, knowledge and expertise of the psychotherapeutic community with his real-world business experience to help clients get unstuck and to support them as they move into effective action.
In his private practice Edd works with people from all walks of life — from business, community and non-profit leaders to inner-city youth — and is particularly effective working with people facing unique stresses like those of world-class professional and amateur athletes, survivors of trauma and couples with chronically ill children. Edd is also a talented photographer whose work was recently featured in Faith on the Avenue: Religion on a City Street by Katie Day (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014).
No lines ... no meal tickets ... no clothes piled on tables to pick through. These are just a couple of the "radical hospitality" ideas John and Peter talk about with Edd Conboy of Philadelphia's Broad Street Ministry in these transcribed highlights of their August 8, 2015 conversation.… read more »
No lines ... no meal tickets ... no clothes piled on tables to pick through. John and Peter talk with Edd Conboy, Director of Social Services and the Counseling Center at Broad Street Ministry in Philadelphia, about different ways people and communities can shift from a scarcity, helplessness and hopelessness stance to one of abundance, gifts and empowerment in their work with people on the margins.… read more »
John and Peter’s recent online/dial-up conversation with Edd Conboy inspired a thought-provoking email exchange with Jeannie Masterson on scarcity, gifts, joy and abundance. Enjoy!… read more »
Having to stand in line for this service or that program is one of the most powerful reinforcers of the scarcity mindset. It symbolizes helplessness, hopelessness and the constant concern that there is not enough ... and that it will run out just before it is my turn. Edd Conboy did something about that.… read more »