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Walter Logeman

Psychotherapy

The term Psychotherapy comes from the Greek words for soul and attending and this describes well the work I do: attending to the soul. Whatever we mean by soul, we can agree there is a rich and often unknown depth to our being. Becoming familiar with your depths and listening to your buried, sometimes painful feelings is healing.

To put it simply, you find relief through sharing you story. By talking about your life and concerns you see yourself in a new way.

Psychotherapy works through the development of a personal, professional connection. The relationship with the therapist is an important part of the healing experience.

"Our whole childhood remains to be reimagined." Gaston Bachelard

 

 

Last updated: Sunday, 17 February 2013