is regular, accompanied self-inquiry. It takes place in the context of conversation, usually once a week, one hour at a time.
When we are facing significant change, or when we cannot seem to make change happen, or when we feel unable to accept our circumstances, our relationships, or even ourselves; these are times when psychotherapy is an invaluable tool.
The client’s work is to be willing to be seen and to be heard, and to be truthful.
The therapist’s work is to listen, to see you, to be curious, compassionate and truthful.
Simple, though not always easy. But this combined effort can bring about significant change where change is needed.