In the last four years I have experienced, first in my own life, and then sitting with clients, how Core Process Psychotherapy helps us first to really slow down enough to become more aware of exactly where we are. I found that it is possible then, to see how our habitual thoughts and beliefs about ourselves and the world help or hinder our happiness and wellbeing. With this mindfulness-based practice, we can find the way back home to living in our bodies and sense the impact of the things that happen and have happened to us from there.
This embodied awareness can be curative in itself. It also opens the possibility of choosing how to respond rather than react in the way we habitually do.
When we can see this more clearly, we can access self-compassion and our intrinsic inner wellness so we can fully see and understand the parts of ourselves that we have shut away, leaving us freer to meet the people close to us and the challenges we face in a more open and wholehearted way.
We are not a problem to be solved.
We have an intrinsic core inner wellness which gets covered up by what happens to us along the way.
Step by step. I invite you to take this journey with me.