Few things are more relieving than being able to be ourselves and know we are safe and accepted. It begs that elusive question, "Who are you?" and forces us to get back in touch with whatever it is we are thinking or feeling. Amidst our feelings of anxiety, grief, psychosis, or trauma we can experience authenticity and aliveness. Because, in some way, our outer experience is the same as our inner experience. Carl Rogers called it congruence. The courageous act of taking down the facades and saying to yourself, "This is me." Mmmm, it's the beginning of so much transformation within your life. It is my goal to be a person with you as much as I can amidst what is needed within our relationship. In time, as others have, you'll find yourself being more comfortable within your own skin, relationships, or work. A greater sense of belonging within the world.