The Way In

In therapy we focus on a person's behavior and how they understand themselves. Particularly we focus on their experience of relationships. The emphasis lies on the relationship between the self and others. Major themes like borders, contact, bonding, containment, etc., surface during the process and need to be understood and worked with.Also the developmental history is understood in terms of relationship (as to the mother, the father and significant others). And very often event the therapeutic process itself is understood in terms of an interpersonal themes can be understood and worked with by helping the client to first move inward  - towards himself - as a way to change their relationship to others. The approach I use mobilizes the inward movement of the life process as a way to deeply and effectively change also his relationships to others. I would like to emphasize the importance of the development of the contact with the self as the foundation of the relationship to others.