What is Psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy is a particular kind of conversation between two people. There is a humanity, sensitivity, patience and continuing concern from the therapist and a growing commitment and curiosity and trust by the patient. Clients say that they don’t talk to anyone else like they do in their therapy sessions, even their families. It becomes a very sacred space.
About Geneviève David
Geneviève David has practiced psychotherapy for 22 years. She was born in Switzerland, grew up in London, New York and immigrated to Sydney 20 years ago. She is bilingual French and English. She did her Masters in Clinical Social Work in Chicago 22 years ago which led her to work in community mental health programs in the US and Australia. Her first specialization was family therapy; working with children in the area of play therapy, adults in psychodynamic psychotherapy and families in systemic theory.
Recent Blog Posts
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