"We are three-part beings: body/mind/spirit, who have come to the physical world to experience and recreate ourselves anew using our three creative processes: thought, word, and deed. This is, of course, incredibly simplistic, but I encourage you to look for yourself. Whenever you can, find the dyad; then see if you can go further, and find the triad.
I cannot work simply with your mind and ignore your body and spirit; often the body will not be ignored (think panic attacks and chronic ailments) and the spirit longs to be heard (think chronic depression and loneliness in a crowded room). I am not afraid to work with ALL of you, helping to ensure you are not just surviving but thriving in all areas of your life.
I do not impose my views on you, but gladly share some ideas I have heard along my journey. I was trained along with psychologists, so it was drilled into me to always cite my sources! Often I have sayings that I share as well as how I interpret them, and my clients and readers are free to do with them what they choose. Here are some examples:"
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