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This therapy involves recognizing how your emotions feel in your body and how it feels in your body when you're relating to another person. Even though it seems counterintuitive, this is a good therapy for someone who is uncomfortable with their feelings or who doesn’t really know how to feel them. Sometimes not feeling one’s feelings is less about whether or not someone can get really angry, or anxious, or sad and more about whether or not it’s easy to share the depths of yourself with another person.

 

When we can share more of the depths of ourselves and feel shafe sharing our feelings with others who we consider to be safe people we begin to get more satisfaction out of our relationships. 

 

 

Kristi Foster, Ph.D.

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

 310-828-2703

I specialize in working with:

 

Anxiety

PTSD

Trauma

Stress

Depression

Relationship Issues

Fear

Nervousness

Dissociation

Feeling Stuck

Developmental Trauma

Trauma before age 3

Feeling lost

People with 3+ years of

     recovery

People in earlier

     recovery who want

     to add somatic work

     to their work with a

     primary therapist