Benefits of Interventions

 Psychotherapy and Spiritual Interventions work because they facilitate you in retelling your life story; more importantly, creating and writing the life you want.  

Being the creator of your life and telling your story works because it combines  the cathartic value of storytelling with the healing power of having a skilled listener to guide experiencing who & what you are.

“I am here only to be truly helpful.” ~ ACIM

Storytelling lives at the heart of human experience—it is a compelling form of personal communication as ancient as language itself.  In this complex and diverse world, storytelling survives as a phenomenon that we share in common and from which we can learn valuable life lessons.  If we listen, learn, and live the lessons taught from our life story and those of others, then we will ensure our success; if we ignore the lessons of our stories, it will condemn us to fail to move forward – we will remain stuck.

My deepest intention in encouraging clients to tell their stories is to help each of them discover the unlimited potential of each human being to manifest miracles in his or her life.  Every life is a story. Great stories contain the elements of ethos, pathos, and logos. The ethos is a person’s moral character, the source of his ability to persuade. The pathos is his ability to touch feelings, to move people emotionally. The logos is his ability to give solid reasons for an action, to move people intellectually. 

What is your story? 
How did it begin? 

How will it end? 

You can take the elements and experiences of your life and weave them into a story that has any experience you desire.

My function involves listening to people tell their stories. How may I help you rewrite your life story so that you are inspired to think, feel, and act lovingly; to make healthy choices, to live life with purpose; to peacefully resolve conflicts and be grateful, mindful, and truthful?

“All sorrows can be borne if you put them into a story or tell a story about them.”
~ Isak Dinesen