Through my own experience, as well as from research, it
is clear that the second most important factor in the success
of therapy is in the rapport and collaborative relationship
that you and I can establish (for the most important factor
see Who I work with ...). I find
that I can best facilitate this effective relationship by
demonstrating my willingness and ability to be fully present
with you, and to openly hear what are your goals, experiences
and needs. At the same time it is essential that I be honest
with you, playing no psycho-babble games, but being willing
to be authentic before you.
I do not give you the answers, but I do use my training,
experience and insight to help you find your own answers.
To this end I have at our disposal a wide variety of methods
and approaches that we can use to help you meet your goals.
There are never any clear roadmaps to success, but there
are global positioning systems available to help us arrive
at your goal.
The journey itself, though arduous at times, can also be
enjoyable and fun!