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Why “Honoring the Courage to Change”? Years ago, while working with those in recovery, I learned a prayer written by theologian Rheinhold Niebuhr and adopted by 12 Step Programs the world over.

It’s known as The Serenity Prayer:

“God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
Courage to change the things that I can,
And wisdom to know the difference.”

This prayer is a point of reflection for me personally and reflects well the work done in therapy – finding the balance between acceptance and change and then finding the courage to make the changes that lead to peace of mind and spirit.

Walking With You
You
are in the right place if you:
  • Are depressed, anxious and/or stressed out
  • Want more authenticity, intimacy and safety in your relationships
  • Wonder why the changes you know you need to make keep eluding you
  • Are wondering how to let go of the past so you can live in the present more fully
  • Are looking for a way to integrate treatment with your spiritual beliefs
  • Have found the changes you made in past therapies did not last
I’m passionate about this work and helping people make changes that matter. I hope you find the information about my practice helpful in choosing a clinician to walk with you toward that change.
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