You have the potential to live with purpose and passion. Are you maximizing life? Your relationships have the potential to be safe havens. Are you experiencing love and security in your most intimate connections?
For most people, this passion-filled life is far from reality. Although we long for personal fulfillment and satisfying relationships, it seems to be elusive.
Have you considered that the sadness, anxiety or loneliness you experience can be replaced with joy, confidence and connection?
All Things Change When We Do
“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”
Change can feel risky. But not changing can be painful. I remember a distinct moment in my life when I reluctantly took the risk of change. I was a new mom trying to keep up with what felt like an abundance of transitions. I was trying desperately to embrace my rapidly shifting roles as mother, wife, daughter, sister, friend.
All of a sudden, everything around me was moving at such a rapid pace, and there I was digging my heels into the ground. I wanted to remain tight in my bud. The process of change finally began for me when I realized that remaining unchanged was too painful. And so began my own journey… a journey that continues even today.
What do you want most out of life?
- Build confidence
- Overcome anxiety
- Conquer fear
- Beat depression
- Reduce stress
- Heal trauma
- Revitalize relationships
- Live well
Shyamala’s professional background includes non-profit work, educational and medical settings. Working from a systems perspective, her practice includes narrative therapy, emotionally-focused therapy and cognitive-behavioural therapy. These models have been found to be some of the most effective in creating and sustaining long-term change.
(Services covered by most insurance plans)