For more than a decade, we have advocated, “Presence is more important than technique.” It’s not what you do, but how you do it that touches people most deeply. It may be your credentials or a referral that got your client through your door, but it’s who you are that has your client returning back to see you.

Presencing is a call to action.

We invite you to wonder into what ways can you include yourself in every session.

Most everyone has had an experience where they weren’t feeling the greatest, and then another person came into our space and made all the difference. Sometimes this happens, even without words. This is one practical example of how you can heal with your presence.

Can you list three examples of when this has happened for you as a giver or receiver?