Clients who come to visit me have one thing in common: they are all lovely people who have forgotten about themselves along the way.
Everyone has their own wants, needs, hopes and fears. If these aren’t addressed throughout our day – to – day lives, they can morph into a range of diverse thoughts or behaviors; sometimes hard to be negotiated or worked through. when your needs are not met it can leave you feeling neglected, rejected or simply without a voice.
Before entering therapy, you might feel embarrassed, shy or lost. My role is to guide you through your story so that you not only experience my interest and empathy, but also develop compassion towards those parts of you which need it the most.
John Krakauer writes ‘It is important in life not to be strong, but to feel strong’; I adopted this as the guiding principle of the therapeutic process.