We are living in a dark time. War in Europe fills social media and news. The COVID-19 pandemic continues in spite of desires to return to “normal”, whatever that is. There are deep divisions within the US between those who support measures to combat the pandemic, those who feel those measures are infringements on personal liberty and a deep desire to move  past or beyond all of it. People talk about problems sleeping and tension about what is safe and what is not. To mask or not to mask. The net effect is that we are stressed, struggling, wanting and needing to talk about our experiences. This is one of the places where therapy can meaningfully step in.

It is not necessary to be “mentally ill” in order to seek and be justified in entering psychotherapy. It is enough to want and need a safe place with someone who will listen and accompany one into the darker places that stress can  create. 

Unfortunately many therapists have been overwhelmed by the need they face and so have no room to take on new patients. That can be frustrating and discouraging. Unlike some, I have several openings available, via Zoom, and welcome inquiries.  Please contact me and we can arrange a time to discuss working together.

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  1. I would like to know more about Jung’s psychology. I am an ordinary person who is interested in improving my well-being. I am reading James Hollis books and would like to read more, perhaps you could advise me on how to join your community, if allowed, and how to purchase more of his books. I live in the UK. Thank you for your cooperation. Kate Rowlands

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