“When I get to heaven they will not ask me, ‘Why were you not Moses?’ Instead they will ask ‘Why were you not Susya? Why did you not become what only you could become?’” ~Susya of Hanipol
Many of us suffer, often in ways we don’t understand, due to wounds from the near or distant past. We become overwhelmed and confused by painful thoughts and emotions, and have difficultly achieving the unique and connected life we want to live.
But what if we have the ability to look deeply inside and see our wounds clearly? What if we can access our abilities to heal and to thrive? And what if we have all the tools we need to apply that understanding with wisdom and compassion into our daily lives, our actions, and our relationships?
What if we just need competent and compassionate help to do it?
No one should be kept from becoming what only they can become and from giving to the world and to others what only they can give.
Every person carries all the resources they need to move toward their goals, improve their lives, heal their wounds, and address difficulties in their lives. Psychotherapy can help in this process.
In therapy I work with individuals and couples to develop the insight and skills to identify, access, and apply those resources to move toward their goals and lead happier, healthier lives and enjoy richer and more satisfying relationships.