My Approach to Helping
Through a gentle invitation, I ask clients to observe their thoughts and emotions without judgment as they arise and pass, nestling into the session as a place of safety and becoming grounded by the observance of breath. This natural unfolding helps to create spaciousness so that we can begin to navigate through the less-than comfortable places within ourselves, looking at them squarely and experiencing them as they are, without repression or indulgence. We as human beings are uniquely alone as individuals, for no one is exactly like us, and we are relational, needing the presence and care of others. Fostering integration as an alternative to dualistic oppositions, the interrelationship between mind and body can be a powerful vehicle with which this exploration can take place.