Because of what has happened or not happened to us in our lives, many of us develop particular stories and patterned beliefs about ourselves—both in the past and in the future—that limit our capacity to be alive and open in the present moment. These stories and beliefs make it difficult for us to change and to create the lives we want. Words and talking tend to encourage staying with these stories and beliefs and in fact, solidify them in the brainʼs neural networks.

Working with images through dreams, sandplay, and simply-made visual maps, as well as with the body’s postures and patterns, surprises us with new information and insight so previously unknown possibilities can emerge.

What Is Imaginal Psychotherapy? What Is Imaginal Psychotherapy?

Imaginal psychotherapy is a psycho-spiritual practice. It is about care of the soul, which expresses itself primarily in images.

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How Does It Work? How Does It Work?

Images mirror back truths that need our respectful loving attention and that always come to move us toward health and wholeness.

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Creative Encounters Creative Encounters

We may explore a family’s dynamics with clay, a couple’s relationship through movement, or an individual’s inner experience in a sand tray.

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