What brings you here?
What often brings people to therapy is going through a difficult time. It may be to address long-standing issues, a difficult situation, or it may be navigating change in response to changing life circumstances.
Many also seek guidance as they intentionally pursue personal exploration and growth.
Perhaps you would like to have more intimate relationships, feel less needy in your relationships, not take things so personally, feel more confident, be less judgemental or quieten the inner critical voice.
Time to spark change
Sometimes we can feel broken and wonder “is there something wrong with me?”
It might be the way others treat you or how you think about and treat yourself that has brought you here.
It could be as obvious as unsatisfying relationships and jobs or as subtle as the feeling of inadequacy that has followed you throughout life.
Maybe you would like to change your interactions with family, friends, or work colleagues, and just figure out reasonable boundaries.
Is therapy right for me?
There are many reasons why people choose to work with a therapist.
A therapist can help provide insights and new strategies for all types of life events and challenges. While also providing a safe context and relationship in which you can explore, understand, and heal the experiences that have impacted you.
Sometimes, it's to have a trusted person to share with and for them to hear and hold your story.
Therapy is right for anyone who is interested to explore their life situation, create greater self-awareness and grow towards acceptance or change.
Seeing things in a different light
One of the most profound determinants of how we experience our lives is how we feel about ourselves - our sense of self-worth. And so, the most important relationship we can develop in life is the one we have with ourselves. But, it is often the one we ignore most.
In a trusting, therapeutic relationship, between you and your therapist, the healing process can unfold. Offering you space for self-exploration in which to better understand yourself, your patterns, and your inner world. You can develop a healthier connection to yourself which leads to healthier connections with others and life.
This is the Journey of Wholeness.
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