Author Archives: Dan Scharlack

About Dan Scharlack

Dan Scharlack is a psychotherapist and artist who lives and practices in San Francisco. He works with individual, couples, and groups. For the past 10 years he has seen clients in both public and private settings in New York, Boston, and the Bay Area. Dan has studied and taught with John Prendergast, who has invited him to lead classes for clinicians and others interested in the connection between Nondual Wisdom and psychotherapy. His passion is helping people from diverse backgrounds connect with their True Nature, and express this fully in everyday life. For more information please visit dan.scharlack.com.

The Last Hustle

The Last Hustle by Kenny Johnson (as told to Shanti Einolander)   “In Defense of the Story”   by Dan Scharlack, MFT “Who would you be without your story?” This question, popularized by spiritual teacher Byron Katie, has become an … Continue reading

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Memory

Memory

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Cut Paper Art by Dan Scharlack

Three evocative cut paper works by Dan Scharlack, an artist, MFT intern, and student of nondual teachings. Continue reading

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Dan Scharlack’s poem 2011

An Untitled and deeply moving poem by Dan Scharlack. Continue reading

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