“Therapy is too good to be limited to the sick.”
― Erving Polster
A holistic way to improve your health
For Individuals, Couples, Families, Children & Groups
I propose that by first differentiating all aspects of a person -body, heart, mind, soul and spirit- the pathway towards integration opens. This process brings back parts of ourselves we have forgotten or disowned, the shadow side of us that can initially be scary, but ultimately contains hidden gifts.
This style of Freud's "talking cure" is more than words. We explore places in your body that have messages for you, like a constant tension in your chest, or stomach pangs when you think of someone.
Perhaps your heart-strings are attached to people in ways that deserve attention and reconsideration.
We also look at those thoughts that keep circling, those patterns of cognition that trip you up, and even those deep, core beliefs that may no longer be true.
Bringing soul into therapy is a way of connecting with the larger human experience, seeing ourselves as unique while sharing in the collective.
Spirit is the lens that shows us there is more to the world than meets the eye. Here we examine questions of meaning and purpose.