Left Foot, Right Foot, Breathe



The work and process of therapy sometimes involves nurturing our curiosity, delving deep into the hidden layers of our experiences, and connecting the dots between the past and the present to uncover some meaning. Other times, it is about doing what we can to put one foot in front of the other and breathe. To respond rather than react and to get through the craziness, to a steadier place where we can see the experience with some grace, space, and clarity.

Katie Cashin