Therapists are required to participate in continuing education and what they choose to study oftentimes informs their competencies as a therapist. I’ve chosen to do most of my training in experiential in-depth body-centered therapy, called Hakomi. This experience has greatly influenced my approach to doing therapy.

I believe it’s important that all therapists do their own internal work as a client in therapy. Because I’ve had a commitment to this myself, I’m better able to appreciate how vulnerable it can be to share your whole self with another. I have a deeper understanding of the power dynamics in the therapeutic relationship, having experienced them from both sides of the fence.

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