I practice a humanist philosophy based on Martin Buber’s philosophy of being fully present in a relationship of mutual respect. My approach might feel as the opposite to that of those movie therapists where the therapist is silent and writes on a pad, aloof and distant, uttering grunts. I am very engaged with what you bring.
I offer my views openly when you ask. I use humor, respectfully, and pointedly. When you have doubts or questions, I will give you my feed-back generously and transparently.
Also, you will notice that I am trained to track my intellectual and emotional responses to keep it about you and your goals. This is necessary for your process to be effective.
Ideally, you will feel more understood and guided, and gain skills, insight and awareness.
You can trust that I will take care of both of us in the process, and endeavor to maintain you as safe as possible.
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