Modalities

Dreams

Awaken your sense of Wonder and Awe
Embodied Experiential Dream Exploration allows us to engage deeply with ourselves and explore our inner landscape in an imaginal, resource-full collaboration of discovery and healing.

“Dreams have exceptional healing and diagnostic potential. They point to what matters most … and when we attend to them in sessions, it deepens and accelerates the process of psychotherapy.” ~ Dr. Leslie Ellis

An illustration of grasses and a moon

Focusing

Reconnect with your Self
Focusing enables the deep and safe exploration of our internal states, and aids in repairing harms in relationships with self and others.

“Focusing teaches us to sense inside and be open and curious about whatever we find there. It is a way of being present with ourselves in a non-judgmental manner that allows the body to speak, and thus to metabolize all that we take in that needs to keep moving through us. It prompts us to turn toward our own embodied selves and in doing so, to find the right next step forward.” ~ Dr Leslie Ellis

An illustration of four fern fronds unfurling

Nature

Reconnect with your Deep Nature
Nature Guided Eco Therapy reminds us how to be at home within our own bodies by showing us how we deeply belong in the world.

“The land knows you, even when you are lost.” ~ Robin Wall Kimmerer ~ Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge

An illustration of one large mushroom and three smaller mushrooms

Sandplay

Discover healing through play
Sandplay Therapy brings the depth and breadth of our inner landscape into the tangible realm through the interaction of our hands with sand and water and miniatures.

“Sandplay might be best understood as deep play. … the process of healing starts when we can surrender to play. … play makes it possible to create a bridge between consciousness and the unconscious by loosening up the conscious position and its control. What appears firmly settled and burdensome in the outer life can start moving in play so that new horizons and hopes can emerge.” ~ Martin Kalff

An illustration of green eggs in a little nest