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What is therapy?

Updated: Apr 24, 2023

Psychotherapy is a valuable space that provides safety, non-judgment, and trust, where individuals have the opportunity to discuss and explore what they wish. In this therapeutic relationship, we focus on improving various aspects of your life, including but not limited to, reducing stress, worry, sadness, anxiety, depression, relationship and trust issues, parenting stress, and work stress, as well as enhancing self-esteem and self-worth.

I practice psychodynamic therapy, a method that aims to help you unearth the root causes of your worries, struggles, fears, and stressors by examining past experiences and their influence on present behaviors, feelings, and relationships. This type of therapy allows us to delve deep into the underlying/root causes, bringing about long-lasting change.

It is important to understand where your issues came from and why they exist, so that we can work through them and reduce their influence on your present life. Through this deep exploration and understanding of ourselves, we can learn to manage our present feelings, behaviors, and relationships better. Psychodynamic therapy is a collaborative process that encourages clients to reflect on their inner experiences and promote self-awareness, leading to significant and positive changes in their lives.

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