What is therapy?
Doing therapy means opening up for personal growth and self-knowledge. It means facing our own vulnerabilities, understanding them and being able to have compassion for ourselves. It will ultimately mean learning to live a life that is guided by what brings meaning and fulfilment to us. It means acquiring new abilities and acting in the world in a more healthy and light way.
Who is therapy for?
Be it a result of a traumatic event, a loss, situational aspects or the need for a different future, there are many sources of suffering throughout our lives. For each of them tough it is possible to apply Contextual Analysis. This is relating each thought, feeling, fear, wish to our history. And then, understanding why we behave and feel the way we do. Learning new ways to act in the world with a view to building healthier relationships, more meaningful lives and with clearer purpose.
How to start?
- The first step is to be willing to get some help. If you are researching this it is very likely you have already made this step!
- Get in touch with me in order to arrange a meeting and getting to know each other a little. It can be an online or in person session.
- We will draw a plan to guide our journey together and arrange future meetings. That is all!