of life is hell. It’s filed with failure and loss.
People disappoint you. Dreams don’t work out. Hearts
get broken. Innocent journalists die. And the best
moments of life, when everything comes together, are
few and fleeting. But you’ll never get to the next
great moment if you don’t keep going. So that’s what I
do. I keep going.” Sigourney
Weaver as Elaine Barrish, POLITICAL ANIMALS Summer 2012 And a glimpse into someone's fictional existence. Perhaps this is a picture of what happens if one does not explore!
We have always been mindful of the client's right to privacy and a fundamental tenet is that the client has the right to as much confidentiality as possible. To this end basic operating ethics confirm that we do not keep notes or records other than the client's name, phone number and dates of financial transactions.
This information is available to the individual concerned but not to any third party unless authorized by the client or as mandated by the State of Washington or legal requirement. All information, materials, is considered the property of the client.
Facebook can beckon or your curiosity may be rewarded on the blog. But it is nothing to do with the modern understanding of the word therapy - how do we know? Actualitycat says so!
When we were younger there was a much broader definition of therapy. Now we are older and so the word has a much more restrictive meaning. Although the word is no longer used by us to describe a healthy supportive relationship we can perhaps fondly remember when those existed.
1. Treatment of illness or disability. 2. Healing power or quality:the therapy of fresh air and sun.
1. relating to healing: diagnostic and therapeutic facilities 2. administered or applied for reasons of health: a therapeutic shampoo 3. having a good effect on the body or mind; contributing to a sense of well-being: a therapeutic silence