Awareness and experiencing are the precursors to change.
Let us explore and get curious about the multitude of ways that life can affect your sense of self and well being while identifying the unmet needs that these issues can represent:
Sessions will provide you with opportunities to develop the insights and skills that fit for you to navigate the complexities of life without being overwhelmed by them.
Trauma informed care and attachment theory informs the
essence of my practice as a Therapist and Supervisor.
Whether you are a parent, child, sibling or partner seeking opportunities to improve your relationship, emotion-focused therapy can help to strengthen your attachments with one another while identifying the patterns and unmet emotional needs that perpetuate the conflict.
All relationship challenges are rooted in unmet attachment needs that manifest in a pattern of interaction that maintains the conflict. Together we will identify the patterns, individual triggers and unexpressed emotional needs as the focus for repair and change. Engaging in experiential practices both during and betwen sessions will support our work together.
Maintaining deep emotional connection with others provides a sense of
belonging, security, and support. Sue Johnson