While acknowledging the pain and difficulties you experience, psychosynthesis adopts a broader vision: that something is seeking expression through your symptoms. What troubles you therefore becomes the working material for psychological growth and personal fulfilment.
As a depth psychology, psychosynthesis holds that all experience, from the beginning of life, plays a role in the development and functioning of your personality, often unconsciously. From early childhood humans learn to adapt to their environment, often at the cost of more creative, vulnerable and unique aspects of themselves. Learning how you have been limited in your potential and well-being through past conditioning often enables the development of new, fulfilling ways of living.
Studies have repeatedly shown that the single most important factor in successful therapeutic outcomes is the relationship between the client and the therapist. I provide a safe, collaborative, non-judgmental environment for my clients to express themselves and feel understood.