SYLVIA’S STORY

The Cave you fear to enter holds the treasure that you seek’ Joseph Campbell 

For my entire life I have been very independent. I run my  life by desensitizing myself, afraid to say too much, to feel too deeply, to let people know what they mean to me. Expressing to someone how special they are made me  vulnerable. Counting on myself over the years  has always been something I was super proud of but what I know now  the value and the importance of opening the door to others is truly a gift now.  You can do it alone, but you don’t have to. Islands are only fun for so long. I crave to hear other people’s stories, I crave a deep connection. There is true magic when people come together, hold hands, sing, dance, laugh, and most importantly share stories. Everyone has a story to listen to, learn and grow. The world is full of miraculous people trust me I share with them daily, sometimes I feel like I meet a daughter from another lifetime or a mother who shares so much knowledge and wisdom. I am so grateful everyday that I allow and trust enough in myself to believe when people show me who they are I now recognize them and either allow them in or keep moving. In my teens I allowed so many girls in who just did not see the world with love and I lost me for years. I love that now my story is different and I allow especially other women in

Together, we discover how incorporating methods such as EMDR, meditation, neurofeedback, yoga, mindfulness, sensory integration, and the arts can deepen your therapeutic skills and lead to deep, lasting healing.

Join me and I will show you how the helplessness, rage, and collapse from past trauma imprints can be transformed through physical experiences — restoring your client’s hope for a brighter future filled with joy, purpose and meaning. Hugs

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