Posts Tagged ‘psychotherapy’


I often have to slow down and ask myself: “What’s the rush?” “Why am I so eager to get somewhere else?” “What’s pushing me to want to escape?” An objective outsider might suggest that my life appears to be on the right track; but for me, I’m riddled with thoughts about what I “should” or […]

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A Client’s Guide to Psychotherapy

Hiring a psychotherapist can be a daunting task and the need to find someone often occurs at times of distress when we are least able to choose wisely.

Starting psychotherapy means above all beginning a relationship. Unfortunately, qualifications provide little guarantee that a psychotherapist will be right for you. This is because the breadth and depth of their lived experience matters as much as their technical and academic knowledge, And what matters most is their ability to get into rapport with you and your concerns…

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