Soul food, soul-mate, old soul, soul music, soul sister, all describe connections to our inner psyche with people and objects in our everyday life.
When I was getting my undergraduate degree, I was asked to participate in a research study. The study consisted of taking a survey and answering questions about whether or not, the participant believed in the concept of a soul.
the survey was worded in a way to make the participant question the belief that humans have souls. The soul is an abstract construct that is difficulty for science to either prove, or disprove it's existence.
Honestly, I don't know where in our body the "soul" resides, or if it is just a metaphor. Either way, it's a good metaphor. A metaphor that tells us that there is a connection that gives life to the body. Hope is another concept that cannot be seen, or tested. However, hope is extremely important in helping us move forward and helps give life to the soul.
Just in case you were curious, I do believe in the concept of the soul. Which is why I purposefully spelled solutions - SOULutions. It is through our soul that we learn and gain a better understanding of who we are and what brings us happiness.
As a licensed clinical therapist, my approach to counseling is to look at the WHOLE person, mind, body and soul in order to help facilitate change.
I enjoy working with clients of all ages. I specialize in helping clients find hope, gain a better perspective on life circumstances and stressors, change some unwanted thoughts and behaviors, and to find inner peace and happiness.
I understand that coming to therapy can be intimidating to some. My goal is to provide a safe and caring environment. I see my role as a teacher, friend, and equal partner in helping clients heal from emotional pain.
To schedule an appointment, call us at 801-499-7133.
1371N. 1075 W.
Farmington, Utah 84025
Phone: (801) 499-7133