A long time aspiration has been to work from home in a low key, private practice. Offering the client, a safe and confidential space for them to explore their current ways of relating and acknowledge the impact of past relationships on their present ones.
The client often arrives in therapy seeking relief from emotional pain, such as: sadness, grief, anger, frustration and loneliness. Emotional pain can be felt physically and its relief can potentially free the client from dysfunctional patterns of thinking and behaviour.
The process of expressing themselves, being themselves and accepting themselves within therapy, may help them make sense of the way they interact with others. Seeing themselves from the outside and others from the inside (Barley, 2018), allows them to reconnect with life and enhance their future capacity to seek healthy relationships.
Barley, A (2018) ‘Holding mind in mind’ Therapy Today,Vol.29, Issue7