good talk therapy

Sometimes you just need a good talk…

Good Talk Therapy

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There is nothing in the world like a “good talk”; with a loved one,  a friend, someone with whom you share a similar passion. These deep and satisfying conversations act as a soothing balm or a light of internal fire inspiring us to take stock, resolve something, or perhaps to move forward after feeling stuck.

With all the amazing tools we have for talking and communicating, why do we so often feel so unheard and unsatisfied in our connections with others?

There is certainly a case to be made for not having time, or being far away from each other. It is true that a “good talk” requires time to settle in. But perhaps more then the lack of time, and too much distance, is the failure to recognize its value, it’s importance in our very basic wellbeing?

If you are feeling unheard, lost or out of sorts, perhaps you need some “Good Talk”. I invite you to join me and together we can discover answers, direction and healing.

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Sharon Kelly, LCSW providing therapy to adults, couples and adolescents. I am also available to do presentations for corporate events.

5 thoughts on “Good Talk Therapy

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  2. Sharon, congrats on this lovely site! You have created a wonderful sacred space here. I love both of your first posts here. The photos make them very special. You have a good eye and and an insightful one too. The words blend so well with the image. Thanks for sharing your heart in this way. May many come here to talk and be heard. Blessings!

  3. Need to reinvent myself because I moved to a new state and want to create a new “state of mind”.

    • Instead of “reinventing” perhaps it could be polishing or shining up our best parts? Or allowing those dimensions of ourself to step forward more boldly? What parts of your self have been left behind or ignored for too long?

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