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Getting troublesome feelings out
lets you enjoy a more satisfying life with your emotions.
Enjoy more rewarding contact with your inner and outer worlds,
including thoughts, perceptions, rewarding sensations, and feelings.
I practice a unique mind-body therapy to treat anxiety, depression, communication, and psychosis. I treat the whole person, mind, body, emotions and perceptions. This approach is powerful. I’ve been in practice over 25 years.
In a session, I might ask you to breathe a certain way to heighten aliveness in your body and improve your visual perception. Therapy helps people identify and release emotional and muscular holding patterns from emotional injuries. As people see things more clearly, they shift out of old habitual patterns and behaviors.
Many people today live in constant stress that undermines health functions such as the immune system, sexuality, digestion, and elimination. Stress also distorts thinking, perceptions, and feeling. Therapy offers an effective, integrated approach that can transform your stress into wellbeing, clarity, and serenity. These changes can be seen and felt in your body.
Psychotherapy focuses upon the present moment and current issues. The present moment is what’s actually happening, not something that is just being talked about. The emphasis is on what is being felt, thought, and done in the present moment, with attention to actual emotions.
Therapy is a process of awareness and mindfulness. Perceiving, feeling, and action help people feel better. People gradually change how they react in work and in relationships and get more pleasure out of life. Sometimes therapy involves action. The aim of therapy is to let you be more fully and creatively alive and free from blocked energy and unfinished business. Change comes about from acceptance of the reality of here and now. It is present-centered and holistic, including mind, body and relationships.