Our hearts are relational, from birth we are held and known by another, if we are fortunate we grow into an environment of kindness and friendliness, but even the most fortunate of our hearts recoils in the face of pain and injury often leaving an emotional scar. The light of kind attention is the key to unbinding these knots that obscure our heart’s potential. I invite you to join me as we create an environment of exquisite safety and respectful curiosity that opens the doorway for the recovery of your hearts innate capacity for intimacy, clarity and depth.
Welcome to Heart sense therapy
Heart sense therapy highlights our hearts capacities to simultaneously know and feel. As we become aware of our present time experience, a new intimacy with ourselves can emerge out of this “felt sense” inviting inward and outward healing. This orientation emphasizes a variety of therapeutic techniques including focusing, present process, and self-inquiry which are drawn from complementary therapeutic approaches drawn from complimentary therapeutic approaches such as object relations psychology, cognitive therapy, and mindfulness.
Are you experiencing conflict, unhappy or lacking intimacy in a relationship?
Are you feeling distressed and overwhelmed in the wake of a loss or in the midst of a life transition?
Do you feel sad, anxious or feel out of touch with yourself?
Are you wanting support to integrate your spiritual practice in daily life?
Going too fast for myself I missed
more than I think I can remember
almost everything it seems sometimes
and yet there are chances that come back
that I did not notice when they stood
where I could have reached out and touched them
this morning the black Belgian shepherd dog
still young looking up and saying
Are you ready this time
— W.S. Merwin
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