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Hakomi Body-Centered Psychotherapy is central to my orientation as a psychotherapist. Hakomi brings into focus the role of the body, including intuition, physiology and all life experiences held in physical memory. We use the information revealed by the body to inform the therapeutic process and point the way toward healing. By entering our unconscious via body patterns we can quickly discover our core beliefs about ourselves and our world. We can then change those beliefs, as seems appropriate and desirable. We don’t have to live with old beliefs that keep us stuck or limited.

Internal Family Systems Therapy is a second strength in my therapeutic approach. This model recognizes the natural make-up of human beings. IFS acknowledges that, at our depth, we are completely whole and in possession of all the wisdom, courage and resilience we need to live from this space of wholeness. Since most of us feel separated from that whole sense of self, IFS Therapy contributes specific tools to reunite us with our True Self.

Advanced Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy completes the triad of therapeutic models. In this approach we concentrate on attachment style and the natural healing tendencies of all human beings. I believe in the strength of the therapist-client relationship as a basis for healing to occur. As I regard my clients with great esteem, our relationship allows deep exploration, discovery and recovery of the Self. When we are in touch with the deep place of knowing inside ourselves, the power and strength that naturally resides in us begins to flourish, changing how we know ourselves and how we move through the world.

Rolfing: Structural Integration has been my therapeutic foundation for 22 years. Having worked with many, many people and their bodies, I am no stranger to strong emotions of all types. I am completely at home with the language of the body and the intimacy that comes with very close contact and relating. Through my many years of work, I have become very comfortable in my own skin and I have learned how to help others become comfortable in theirs.

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