Neuroscience shows that the body reflects emotional states, so paying attention to body awareness and dynamic movement helps me to make therapeutic interventions to help you view your world from a different perspective and perhaps bring about a shift in emotional state.
As we work together, we will explore this connection between mind and body and discover how they affect each other, Over time, we may use movement and perhaps engage in some creative process if that works for you. Using both non-verbal and verbal communication, we may at times focus on rhythm, posture, gesture, patterns or shapes. Therapy sessions will allow you to move, if you wish, and to go with the flow of what you are feeling and experiencing. In today’s world we are encouraged to be mindful and often this is associated with remaining quiet, I will encourage mindfulness, but not necessarily stillness. You will be encouraged to notice body issues and to process them. In this way we can address many concepts including, but not limited to, anger, self esteem and depression.