The first thing you should know is that in my work as a psychotherapist I try to engage the person or people who engage my services, no matter what the issues they bring with them to therapy, in an open, serious and reflective conversation about themselves and ourselves.
I believe that healthy relationships are grounded in open, sensitive and self-reflective communication. People usually find that talking as openly as they can about themselves with a trained and experienced listener who works hard at not making fast and easy judgments, can feel liberating and ultimately therapeutic. Sometimes this openness may be happening for the first time. I think we can too easily become trapped in a sense of there being too many things in our lives we cannot talk about. Therapy can help alter this feeling.
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