We all live in a world of stories…
The meaning we attach to these stories, becomes a template of how we feel about ourselves and our world. The emotional outcome of this thinking can be depression, anxiety and at other times, happiness.
What is the meaning of these stories?
I believe facts bring us to a knowledge, but stories lead us to wisdom. Therapy is a creative and supportive process of getting to know your true self, of re-authoring the old story and writing a new one. Discover who you are... Apart from the problem, and find an unexpected path to build inner strength and resources.
We all have within us access to a greater wisdom, but we may not know this, until we speak out loud. In a place that feels safe enough for us to talk about what is really going on in our lives without fear of being judged, abandoned, or criticized.
I bring to therapy a combination of insight, intuition, emotional support and guidance.
All this can be done through visual storytelling (Art Therapy), writing, and talking with a therapist. Someone who attends to you with acceptance, support and genuine curiosity, exploring how you make sense of your world. A relationship based on what is in your best interest, all the while traveling on this journey of self-discovery.
"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see".
~ Henry David Thoreau
I have just three things to teach: Simplicity, Patience, Compassion. These three are your greatest treasures.
~ Lao Tzu
We do not change in order to be accepted; we change because we are accepted.
~ Carl Rodgers
Few of us ever live in the present. We are forever anticipating what is to come or remembering what has gone.
~ Louis L'Amour
There is a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in.
~ Leonard Cohen
Listening is being a tourist, in the landscape of your partner's mind and heart.
~ John Gottman
If you don't go
You can't find