y life as a psychologist began officially in 1984. But my desire to learn more about the human condition began long before that - as a teacher, a researcher, a seeker, and an observer.
I studied human behavior from a dramatic, psychological and energetic perspective. My training includes bioenergetics, gestalt, and psychodynamic therapy. I've had many roles in the field of education, including conflict resolution and leadership advice, where peace-making is often overlooked. And I've a great deal of experience in relationship recovery and relationship counseling, which is about achieving a more effective communication and reviving the intimate balance between partners.
The mind-body connection continues to fascinate me. It leads me to look at the “wholeness” of the individual, the unique pains and the concept of change.
Wholeness & Change
Change can be seen as an unfolding of oneself... the whole self, the deeper facets revealing the true self. Change occurs somewhere between who I am and who am I...
Change can be sought with the powerful elements you have inside. To explore your inner landscape, you need only begin with:
And did I mention courage?
Through the process of therapy and fostering the connection with one’s deeper spirit, pain can be resolved. One can heal, grow and vastly improve quality of life; one can journey to new places of wholeness and satisfaction.