On Therapy With Alison

It takes a long time and a deep commitment to yourself to change patterns acquired over a lifetime. And the rewards of that commitment are always unexpected and overflowing.

Developing a relationship with your thinking allows you to enjoy the aliveness of your mind and also put it in nourishing balance with your body, heart, and spirit.

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“When someone responds to your

self from theirs it takes both of you somewhere new”

Alison Crosthwait

 
 

With my writing, as with healing practices, psychotherapy and group experiences, I describe and facilitate healing and change—integrating my deep experiences with various parts of myself.

The articles I share on my blog, looking deeper into therapy, emotions and the process of change, attempt to open up the world of therapy and inner work to a wider audience, to you.

Whether you are considering starting therapy and have questions or are looking to deepen your understanding of how anxiety, pain and our emotions play a role in our well being, the articles below are a starting point.

I hope you will join me on this journey.

Learn more about my psychotherapy practice and how to book an appointment HERE