Understanding one's true self, and expression of that awareness in daily life are, I believe, the keys for a better life. They are central to achieving fulfillment and being a positive presence at home, with friends and acquaintances, and in the workplace.
I have been teaching healing and energy practice using multiple modalities since 1971, including: Zen meditation, Tai Chi Chuan, and psychotherapy practice and coaching. All of these emphasize deep connection with oneself and others, and the ability to express that connection in daily life.
Combined with my real-world experience of decades in the workplace and with raising a family, what I am offering are solutions for the varied challenges of everyday living as well as for meeting the larger difficulties that can appear suddenly, for any of us.
Psychotherapy is an important resource for individuals and couples who want to enrich their experience of life.
What is an “enemy image”? How do you know when you have one? An enemy image exists whenever we think that our child, spouse, co-worker, or political figure is bad, crazy, or other similar judgments and condemnations.
We have probably all heard the following on various occasions: “We can’t control anyone. They (he/she) made their own choices.” That could be referring to family or friends making "bad" choices. But there is a mindset that keeps us connected in a more positive way!
Nonviolent communication is communication that originates from a place of kindness and connection with self and with other. It expresses what is really important to us, and is likely to help us and others get what we really need.
As a result of expanding your insight and connecting to your own energy, you can reduce stress, improve harmony of mind and body, and gain the joyfulness and the focus needed to reach your goals.
The appointment can be for psychotherapy or to discuss meeting your goals in the workplace. Comfort with being yourself, and true confidence, are essential for meeting any important goal.