If you have found your way here you are likely experiencing some form of suffering and would like to feel better, whichever better means for you -- freer, more connected, more successful, more confident, more alive, less stressed or angry, truer to yourself, or [your words] …

Therapy comes from the Greek word therápōn, which means “attendant.” Starting therapy is embarking on a journey of attending to ourselves. This could sound like a selfish endeavor. It’s not. I see psychotherapy as a profoundly political act. By looking at what limits us, at the ways in which we are our own worse enemy (and then project that on others), we become freer and more able to engage in the world with compassion.