I've always been inerested in psychological issues and questions. Even as a child, I wanted to know why I was here and what I should be doing.
As I got older, those questions led to educational pursuits in both the fields of psychology and spirtuality, and eventually I went to graduate school to pursue a career in psychotherapy, which I've been at now for a little over 40 years.
As part of that training, I had to participate in psychotherapy myself which I did for three years. It was that experience that convinced me more than ever of its value.
I'm a firm believer that anyone who is going to sit in the "therapists" chair should have also spent a great deal of time in the "clients" chair.
Psychotherapy is a relationship and both therapist and client learn and grow in the process.
My professional experiences have humbled me and taught me that everyone, regardless of where they are in their personal evolution, needs to be understood and valued.
Everything you’ve experienced has brought you to where you are now. Take what you’ve learned and use it to propel you forward and create the life you want.
I’m a strategist at heart, so my blogs, courses, and offerings almost always provide ideas and steps to solving problems or seeing things from a different point of view.
Change happens when you take consistent small steps in a new direction, using new knowledge and strategies.
There’s four things I want to give you to help you in your personal evolution and growth:
This blog is for the caretaker, the perfectionist, the person who doesn’t feel good enough even though they try their best to please and perform well, the overwhelmed, the anxious, the depressive, the partner, the growth seekers, and the person who wants real strategies to tackle emotional problems and behaviors.
It’s for those who want to improve both their inner and outer lives.
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