Dear Therapists, let’s remember we are human first. We all have wounds. Beyond techniques, interventions, and certifications we as therapists must know how to use our wounds in the therapy room. Theoretical writings from 1910 to present day have recognized therapists bring more than theory and technique to the therapeutic relationship; they bring their human parts too.
Leaving The Theorizing Out & Exploring This Strange Phenomenon Of Being A Human & A Therapist
The ability to self-reflect is key to being an effective therapist, and this ability takes time to develop. We must begin to acknowledge that growing up in the field is more than getting letters after our. name, it is doing the serious, courageous, hard work we ask our clients to do every day.
So come join our conversation while we explore the embodied experience of neuroscience and authenticity in the therapy room.