WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM THERAPY?
- Persons who have either difficulty expressing or managing emotions; or experience emotional discomfort/distress due to depression/despair, anxiety/fear, apathy, anger, emptiness, meaninglessness, helplessness, vulnerability, loneliness, abandonment and rejection.
- Persons struggling with self-esteem, self-expression and identity issues, which may relate to negative core beliefs and self-talk, self-doubt and judgment, worthlessness, shame, guilt, a sense of not belonging, or feelings of lacking purpose and meaning
- Persons who struggle with issues of intimacy and trust; persons who find themselves repeating interpersonal behavioral patterns that lead to relationship dissatisfaction, difficulties and conflict (not necessarily with intimate partners).
- Persons recovering from a psychiatric illness, including psychosis, who struggle to find meaning and attain integration of a restored sense of self and being-in-the-world.
- Persons who have suffered loss and trauma.
- Persons who have a history of developmental trauma such as witnessing or experiencing verbal, physical or sexual abuse and emotional or physical neglect.
- Persons who have difficulties coping, or adjusting, and who feel overwhelmed by life’s challenges, transitions/changes and stressful events.
- Persons who are interested in personal growth and are curious about their personality structure; or who may be struggling with existential issues.
Knowing yourself deeply has nothing to do with whatever ideas are floating around in your mind.
Knowing yourself is to be rooted in Being, instead of lost in your mind.
~ Eckhart Tolle