"You're a person to be met, not a problem to be solved"June 25th , 2017
I don’t know who wrote the quote, where I read it or if I dreamt it but this is the quote that won’t leave me alone this year. It keeps clarifying my approach
as a psychologist helping people with their suffering. It has helped me contemplate my own journey with sadness and melancholia. It is an onion with
many layers and has illuminated what I believe is at the core of recovery, growth and change – the willingness to accept and embrace our inner experience.