Sara Higgins

There may come a time in our lives where we feel stuck or are facing challenges.  Sometimes it’s easy to know what’s wrong and other times it can feel like something’s not right, or not as we’d like it to be and as much as we try, things don’t seem to change.

Getting support from somebody on the outside can help you to understand more clearly what’s going on and create new ways to think about yourself and your relationships with others.  By uncovering what the blocks are, you find you easily make new choices, feel more self compassion and understanding, and find a greater sense of peace in the everyday.

I work with people on a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, serious health diagnoses, life transitions, relationship difficulties, grief and loss.

Many people ask what happens in a body psychotherapy session.  Each session is unique in that it’s a response to whatever is brought to be worked with.  I incorporate a variety of modalities into my work however the underlying foundation is one where I am aware of not only what’s being said but also what the body is showing me.

I see the first session as a consultation – a time for me to get to know you and for you to experience working with me.  This is important because research shows that the most significant factor in a successful outcome is your relationship with the therapist.  How we connect and work together is a powerful part of the process. 

Therapy can be a life-changing decision.