I would call myself a nature therapist. Not because therapy happens in nature, but because of the grounding nature offers me. To know my, I need to be able to be quiet, away from the constant humming of modern existence and that external messages telling me who I should be.
Since I believe the relationship between client and therapist to be the most important ingredient to a successful outcome of the therapeutic endeavor, who we both are matters. My love for nature colors who I am, which in turn will have an impact on our work together.
I not only have nature as a guiding principle; I also live by Socrates’ decree, “Self-knowledge is the highest form of knowledge.”
I would therefore love to be your guide, holding a lantern that will shine light upon your path of self-discovery and of knowing what comes next on your journey.