No matter what has brought you to this page – whatever your life story or the story of your current struggle – the ultimate story is feelings. Feeling too much of something (depression; anxiety; grief; ill-health), or too little of something else (connection; joy; satisfaction; meaning, safety).
Everything that happens to us comes through the channel of feeling. We think we’re immersed in life as it is, but actually we experience everything from our own private aquarium of feelings.
Feeling is how we experience the world, and how the world touches us. It is how we know who we deeply are. Getting the kind of support that can make a rapid and significant difference to how you feel is invaluable. Life changing.
The form of therapy I employ often brings about quick and lasting change for all manner of conditions.
Change, according to many aspects of therapy, comes most deeply and fully when the body is involved in the healing process. This makes sense when you consider that most suffering is felt in the body. Those who suffer are usually suffering from their feelings, even if some of those feelings are triggered by a style of thinking.
Clients of all ages are welcome, including children. Skype appointments are also available.
Call Neal’s Yard for an appointment with Jon Bauer on 01225 466 944, or 07960 745 584.
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