you came forth to live."
Traditional psychotherapy focuses on the "bio-psycho-social" aspects of your being. That is, any biological or sociological issues that may be impacting you, your relationships and/or mental health, and generally leaves spirituality out. Whereas, Holistic therapy includes: mind, body and spirit - meaning it includes traditional therapy but traditional therapy usually does not include spirituality unless it is regarding bereavement.
I recognize that some people do not want to include spirituality. Therefore, I offer both "traditional" and "holistic," even though I am well-known as a holistic healer. I see that traditional psychotherapy has also been beneficial to some people.
My focus is on women, couples and individuals that truly want to heal and change - not simply justify why they feel they cannot.
It is understood that culmulative life circumstances brought you to where you are, so it is hoped that you are entering the therapeutic process to move beyond, and take back your power in order to enjoy a higher quality of life. It is our belief that any mental or emotional issue that has gone out of alignment in one's life, can be healed if it is truly wanted.