“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.”

Marcel Proust

Imagine for a moment that therapy is a journey of discovery through the landscape of your life and that I am a blind man walking by your side.  As we move through this landscape, you describe the rise and fall of the terrain, the beings met along the way, the struggles of the climb and the joys of the summit. Being blind, what I “see” depends upon the curiosity you bring to your own experience and your willingness to share it with me. Together, in mindfulness, we bear witness as the forces that have formed your personal landscape become more clear. Through this process of exploration and discovery we come to see the challenges and opportunities presented by your unique landscape with fresh eyes.

  Paul L. Howard, LMFT