“Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart.
Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.”
- Carl Jung
Choosing to take part in psychotherapy can be a daunting, and sometimes frightening, experience. Some people know exactly why they are seeking psychotherapy. They have a specific symptom or set of symptoms that they wish to relieve themselves of. Others do not know exactly why they are seeking psychotherapy. They feel a subtle, but unexplainable draw towards it. The decision to seek out psychotherapy appears differently for everyone because it is personal and unfolds from each individual’s deep unconscious.
When they finally decide to take part in psychotherapy, most people find themselves with yet another daunting experience of choosing a psychotherapist. While some are able to turn to a friend or acquaintance for a referral, many do not know how to go about choosing a psychotherapist. It is important to know that Psyche has a plan. Trust the process. With some searching you will find the right psychotherapist to work with. Even those experiences with psychotherapists that appear to be negative have a purpose in your unfolding life.
It is not important whether you choose me as your psychotherapist or whether you just call me to find a referral. What is important is that you take the next step towards leading the life that you have only dreamed of.