I have been on a healing and learning journey for most of my life. In my work life as a psychotherapist of more than 25 years, I have successfully counseled families, couples and individuals.
While I was practicing psychotherapy, I began to study yoga and a bit later ayurveda (life sciences that had its beginnings in India).
And in my study of yoga, I saw the many similarities between psychotherapy and yoga. Yet with a different approach. The difference being that yoga approaches the mind, spirit and heart through the body.
Coaching differs from psychotherapy in that its focus is on your present and future with some reflection on your past. Coaching emphasis is on your want to grow and change and developing the skill and habit to address this.
Yoga allows us to view our challenges and difficulties through poses also known as asanas. As you develop your skills in yoga with practice, you slowly, deliberately and gently address the information that is held in your body. This information could be worry, anxiety, stress, feeling stuck, not changing, needing to change and not knowing how, feeling overwhelmed, tired, unmotivated, feeling heavy.
I weave all of my skills of psychotherapy, yoga, ayurveda, and coaching to provide you with clarity and direction and together we discuss and devise a coaching plan.
"It's never too late, it's never too bad and you're never too old or too sick to start from scratch once again"