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Depending on the person, therapy can play different roles in people’s lives. Some people are going through a difficult period and would like a little extra space and support to work through things. For others it can feel helpful to have a venting space to let go of the stress of the week. I often think of therapy as a time to figure out what is unsatisfying in your life or how you are living it. Giving yourself time to think about what you want to change, and what you want to learn to live with. Then going through the process of that change and/or acceptance. 


I practice existential therapy which essentially looks similar to most other forms of talking therapy. Existential therapy is based around enabling people to figure out their own values and beliefs in order to understand themselves better. The ultimate goal of existential therapy is that someone can live their life in a way that brings them satisfaction. 


I don’t usually bring any theoretical existential concepts into therapy, they simply guide how I organize my thoughts and connections I might note in our dialogue. However, if you are particularly interested in the existential concepts that are applicable to therapy we can integrate those into our time together. 


Starting therapy for the first time can feel intimidating or uncomfortable for some people. Feel free to ask me any lingering questions you might have. 

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