What is Therapy?

Therapy is…

  • Using the mind and heart for a change, with the strategic help of another soul.
  • How you enable change, healing, development, and transformation in life with a therapist-helper.
  • Addressing issues and patterns, moving forward, and gaining vital self-knowledge.
  • Growing into your identity, as you work together with Life to create your sense of purpose.
  • Moving on while appreciating your story, respecting where you are from, and supporting who you are.
  • Enlisting the help of another person with vital skills, capacities, and knowledge.

Therapy is soul-awakening. Heart-changing. Life-nurturing.

Sometimes therapy is radical, incredible, and yes, even awesome and inspiring.

When we expect therapy to create change – therapy tends to surprise us with even more.


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