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About Fabrice Nye

on September 26th, 2009 by Fabrice

Fabrice Nye, Ph.D.Fabrice Nye, Ph.D. is doing his post-doc in Palo Alto, California at the Community Center for Health and Wellness. His conviction is that all psychological well-being is also spiritual well-being. His approach is existential-humanistic, client-centered, and transpersonal. He specializes in helping people in transition, coping with change, undergoing a grieving process, or finding themselves in overwhelming or stressful situations. In his recent research, he gathered evidence for the efficacy of self-inquiry for stress management.

Dr. Nye teaches Mindful Inquiry, derived from mindfulness-based techniques and the work of Byron Katie. He has helped people undo the patterns that kept them stuck and find a deeper connection with themselves and with the people around them. He has worked with people in transitional housing, individuals mourning the loss of their spouse, and ministered to patients at the edge of death. Most recently, he worked with incarcerated youth at the California Department of Corrections.

Prior to becoming a psychologist he underwent his own transition from a previous career, in which he was an information technology professional and consulted with Silicon Valley companies. In addition to a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, he also holds a M.S. in Computer Science.

He currently offers individual and group psychotherapy in Palo Alto and uses Mindful Inquiry for individual coaching in person and by phone.

One Response to “About Fabrice Nye”

  1. Norma Jean says:

    This is a wonderful site! My first chance to take a peek. I’m astonished you have time to see clients and have a life on top of putting together anything this intellectually and esthetically pleasing. That’s a stunningly handsome photo! As they say of wine, hints of the 3 Musketeers and Sigmund Freud. Do I detect the siding of your home in the background?
    Hope your internship is going well.
    Love,
    NJ

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