“The purpose of therapy is not for the therapist to give you all the answers. The truth is he or she doesn’t know them. All that therapy can hope to accomplish is to shorten the lag time between suffering and becoming yourself.”
 – Dorothy Satten PhD

As part of an eclectic approach I often use psychodramatic techniques to alter perspective and as an aid in “shortening the lag time”. This way of working facilitates constructive change through developing new perceptions and reorganizing old patterns and changing behaviors. It is a process brought to this country in 1889 from Rumania by Dr. J.L Moreno. It is an organic, creative and visual process, which engages an individual to think, feel and experience issues beyond the narrative scripts we often find ourselves caught in. We have the opportunity to actively change our “story”.