To be proficient as a therapist, being honest, empathic and kind are worthy aspirations. But real life experience and good training, are also essential. For it is often from our mistakes that life is made good! Especially because it is these moments of life that help to instil both competence and professionalism. So it should be no surprise that my own life experience is what ultimately shaped the way I apply the training I have received!
Perhaps one of the most important qualities of a therapist is empathy; but how do you teach that? The empathy that is seemingly apparent to each client I see, was gained over many years and, for the most part, was a result of my own life's trials and tribulations. I have woven that life experience into my work ethic and empathy is now a natural fabric of my therapeutic ideology and that's a promise! To experience my therapeutic approach first hand, why not try my Free Consultation, you have nothing to lose; except, of course; the Problem!