This week, I want you to know me and my group a little more.
I’ve been a therapist for some 15 to 17 years, and I’m always learning. After getting my academic training in the U.S., I went to Europe, where I learned the art of psychotherapy from the masters in an apprenticeship-based training program, where I studied under some of the most remarkable therapists in the world.
But all that training is really meaningless without care. I know how vulnerable you are when you walk into a therapist’s office; how fragile you can feel; how scared you can be of being misunderstood. And how while you want competent help, you want it in an way that comes from a place of compassion and care.
Of all the things I do, I think caring (and, dare I say it… loving) is the most important of them all.
And that’s the key ingredient in the group I’ve put together – when I went out and found therapists, yes, I looked for skilled, experienced, and well-trained professions.
But most of all, I listened for the quality of their care.
At the end of the day, we’re a team with big hearts and open arms, who genuinely care.