Focus Point offers:

  •  A reflective and creative space. While you yourself develop and expand the space as the therapy progresses, I will accompany you on the journey towards more fulfilling life. The work is always collaborative.
  • Time to reflect on your experience, to look back reviewing past events or situations (Retrospect) to examine and observe your own mental and emotional process (Introspect).
  • Safe and non-judgmental space.
  • Professional expertise
  • Empathic understanding (empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another; is to understand and feel what another person is experiencing from within the other person’s perspective (frame of reference).
  • A therapeutic relationship. Therapy/counselling is always relational. It happens between two people (the client and the therapist) in real time (‘here and now’); as Buber stated: ‘All real meetings are healing’.
  • Space where you can focus on your achievements, values and beliefs.
  • Time and space to communicate, open up and offload.
  • Structure and regularity – therapy room can be seen as a meeting point for the client and the therapist to meet on a regular basis (usually once a week).
  • Protective space when you can stop for a moment (for the duration of the session) and put your mind and body at rest.
  • An opportunity to reconnect with your feelings.
  • An opportunity to resolve historical and present conflicts. Resolution of conflicts can lead to a deeper sense of meaning in life and therefore enhance your well-being.

‘It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light.’