Sometimes falling apart is a blessing.
All of us create patterns of behavior in our formative years to help us survive real and perceived dangers. While those patterns may well have been useful when we were children, there comes a time when we need to break free from them to develop a more alive and integrated sense of self. This process of growth and change can be disorienting and difficult to navigate alone. I would like to guide you through that journey.
I believe real change occurs through the collaborative, moment-to-moment interactions between therapist and client in a safe and compassionate space. In my practice, I draw upon aspects of family systems theory, attachment theory, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, and existential theory among others.
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Contact Kathryn by email: email@example.com