My approach is psychodynamic with the psychoanalytic understanding that some of our emotional life is not easy to be in touch with, and, can only gradually be revealed. The relationship with the therapist is an important context in which we can explore some of the less conscious feelings that arise, and dreams are also significant as the process of therapy unfolds. I will also help you in this collaborative process by offering a safe space in which I listen empathically in order to understand your particular experience as an individual. In therapy with me, one aspect is that you will be able to better know how early experiences influence the 'emotional present'and can effect your self-identity and your relationships.
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