Your inner landscape beckons.

 Psychotherapy is a powerful process that turns the gaze inward.  You may be experiencing a time in your life when your habitual patterns are feeling stifling. Perhaps you find yourself doing the same thing again, or your relationship difficulties are becoming exhausting, or longstanding issues may be surfacing as roadblocks that make you feel stuck or alone.  

 The process of therapy can open the door to new possibilities of engaging with ourselves and others. By helping us gain awareness about our inner workings, this collaborative process can free us to respond, rather than continuously react to life's difficulties. This requires courage and curiosity, as it entails self-study, referred to as svadhyaya in yogic philosophy.   Svadhyaya literally means ¨one's own reading.¨

Elizabeth Haberer, LCSW has almost two decades of clinical experience in various inpatient and outpatient settings, most recently having worked at the Menninger Clinic in Houston, Texas.  She is committed to helping people fully inhabit their bodies, relationships and lives in an integrative and grounded manner.  Click here to learn more about Elizabeth's clinical specializations and treatment philosophy.


Study thyself, discover the divine
— Patanjali's Yoga Sutra 11.44



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