One's first step in wisdom is to question everything - and one's last is to come to terms with everything.
–George C. Lichtenberg
My work with clients is shaped by my appreciation of human nature and its innate goodness,
and by my perspective on emotions and their role as our compass; orienting and teaching us about
our needs, goals, motivations, and meaning.
Neglecting emotional needs can cause a range of problems including: dissatisfaction, stress, sadness
and depression, anger, or increased conflict with family or coworkers.
You may stop enjoying favorite activities or stop challenging yourself to try new things.
You may turn to alcohol, drugs, or food to satisfy emotional hunger, or you might be isolating
yourself or building a wall around your heart.
In accessing emotions you will enhance your capacity for intimacy, both with yourself and others, and
deepen your engagement with life.