Incompleteness is your path toward completeness – A.H.Almaas
When what we want does not come or when we get what we don’t want, we may become disappointed: we may feel that we do not rest in our true nature and that we do not live up to our potential.
To engage in a dialogue addressing the pain of unwanted experiences requires courage. This happens in a safe, confidential and nurturing atmosphere of a therapist’s office. With opportunity to address, feel, reflect upon and work through painful or unwanted experiences, we learn to live the way we believe is the best for us. The paradox is that in order to find ourselves, we have to acknowledge how we are lost in the first place.
I work with each individual as an equal. As a Relational Gestalt Therapist, trained in Relational Interventions for New Psychopathologies in a Post-Pandemic World, while embodying mindfulness and compassion as a personal relational lens, I use a variety of therapeutic interventions. These interventions are based on gestalt dialogue and phenomenological inquiry and acknowledge the bodily roots of experience and situational perspective of individual suffering. My therapeutic style is to create safety and support needed for cultivating a kinder, more compassionate relationship toward oneself and other when facing change. Looking for a meaningful life, people learn how to find an experience of being alive. They reach fuller presence in themselves and their worlds and greater capacity for passion and satisfaction in living.