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Therapeutic Philosophy

I embrace an eclectic approach to therapy. Each of the following paradigms is valuable to me:

There is a Buddhist saying that each life is filled with 10,000 sorrows and 10,000 joys. That we have sorrows is not personal – suffering is simply a fact of life. Asking “why me?” is rarely a fruitful question to ask and is often energy depleting and distracting. Accepting that “we are where we are” frees us up to make choices and change. Easy to do? No. Worth the effort? YES!

And, don't forget to hunt for your 10,000 joys!