We usually start thinking about the way we live just when suffering appears. At that moment, we only want to eliminate the problem though it is just a consequence of our lifestyle.
Psychotherapy is more than just solving a problem, finding an answer to a question. It is a close look at ourselves, at the patterns of our life: at who we are and who we consider ourselves to be; at what we have achieved and where we are going; at what we hope for and what we regret about; at what we say and what we do; at how we choose; at how we greet and say goodbye, start and end things; at how we build relationships with others and with ourselves; and many others.
The whole life consists of these small details forming a single pattern, which can seem satisfying or frustrating. Therefore, I am inviting you to view the picture of your life in a lively creative space and paint it with real actions. Perhaps, you will consider some new shades in the old, or maybe you will find the right combination of colors for another touch, harmoniously woven into the canvas of your life.