Amanda Peacock, LICSW - Mindfulness Oriented Psychotherapy
Coping with Change

In the end what matters most is:
How well did you live?
How well did you love?
How well did you learn to let go?
-Gautama Buddha

We know that change is as constant as breathing, and yet the prospect of leaving what we have known and approaching what we don't know yet, can be very disorienting. Uncertainty, even about positive changes, can provoke feelings of loss, worry, wishes to have more control, and frustration that we don't. 

Working in therapy with these feelings in an atmosphere of acceptance and curiosity you may discover new possibilities, including feelings of hope that the changes we feel beseiged by in one moment, may in another moment feel tolerable or possibly in some ways welcome. 




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