Chronic Symptoms are formed over decades.
Beliefs and associations are imprinted into our minds throughout our lives.
Early experiences are especially influential for us since they form a template for our thinking and relating.
When childhood experiences and relationships were insufficient or abusive they act as silent weights, holding us back from our full potential.
We find ourselves trapped, repeating old patterns of thought, feeling and relating. We may suffer from low self-esteem, unhealthy relationships, anxiety or depression.
Many people with chronic symptoms engage in self-harming or
I work to understand where and how events from your past are influencing your present life to begin the process of change.