In order to serve more people, I limit how long we work together.
The first step is to learn my Psychological Boundaries Framework
so we are on the same page of how to work together.
If my Framework works for you, then you either:
Short term work puts the responsibility on you to integrate the Framework, rather than relying on me or therapy. Together, we work towards being interdependent in the world, rather than co-dependent or anti-dependent.
Long-lasting changes are difficult if we ignore the root issue, which can include previous trauma or neglect, challenging relationships with caregivers, negative thought forms, generational patterns, etc. All of this is set in the larger context of systems of oppression in which we are all indoctrinated (capitalism, racism, patriarchy, homo/transphobia, ableism, etc.).
While it is important to explore the root of the issue, it is also important to continue building skills to achieve the goals set in our work together.
As a Boundary Coach, I engage in my client's process by offering different perspectives to consider. In our work together, I provide education and skill building to process trauma, unearth toxic belief systems, and empower clients to make internal shifts towards wholeness.
During my interview with @The Vibe With Ky I shared the foundation of all of my work with my clients: There is nothing wrong with you. Your job is to listen to your body as it helps guide you to your wholeness -- your embodied authenticity.
Boundary Coaching with me includes the nuanced dynamics of power and privilege in the larger society--beliefs that were passed down intergenerationally, internalized from childhood, and reinforced by the larger society. I introduce and center a new worldview that is grounded in equality, non-violence, freedom, social responsibility, and interdependence.
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