Building awareness is central to my practice. I believe that the better we know ourselves, the better off we are at navigating and expressing our needs and making changes that align with how we'd like to show up in this life.
HOW DO I SEE YOU?
HOW DO YOU SEE ME?
Feedback can be a gift. It is a chance to gain a different perspective and to see if we are communicating the way we'd actually like to. The therapy room is a safe container to explore interpersonal dynamics.
When we become aware of how we might be participating in our own suffering, it's a good time to talk about boundaries. How do we protect our energy? How do we connect? Do we cave under pressure to please or could our boundaries be less rigid? Boundaries give us choice and safety when we engage with others.
MOTIVATIONS FOR ACTIONS
It's my belief that our childhood experiences shape who we are, how we see ourselves, and how we interact with the world. I also believe in the neuroplasticity of our brains. We are not doomed to a cycle we do not want to be a part of, and it may be helpful to understand how those cycles came to be.