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​Psychotherapy to Kindle the Soul

J E A N N E   F O S S   S W A I N E,   M F A,   L M F T

"My Mission in Life is not merely to survive, but to thrive and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor and some style"  ~Maya Angelou  

In my work with individual adults and children I seek to understand with acceptance both the safely guarded parts and the more readily accessible parts that make you who you are in this moment.  ​

From infancy into adulthood, relationships have a powerful impact on our sense of wellbeing in mind, body, and spirit. Maybe you were hurt in your family relationships as a child, or maybe you are struggling in current relationship to a loved one, or to people in your workplace. Either way, it is my job as your therapist to provide a safe enough space for you to explore these struggles in hopes to recover from them.   

In my work, I strive to cultivate this opportunity for healing in relationship by being curious with you, and by attuning with an engaged presence and a mindful attention that can be rare outside of the protected space of psychotherapy.  

​​​While I am interested in helping clients uncover and heal the parts of themselves that have been squashed or carefully guarded as a result of fear, hurt or trauma, I also have a profound respect for the defenses that came to be. I trust the pace at which your heart and soul choose to reveal themselves to you and your process with me.

With compassionate curiosity, mindful inquiry, and a special attention towards the importance of authentic dialogue, I encourage individuals to reclaim their voice, empowerment, and a deeper sense of self worth with the goal of experiencing a fuller, richer, and happier life.​​​​

I draw from a broad range of modalities depending on clients' interests and needs.  

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