Richard specializes in helping people in crisis and people in distress. He is active in his sessions, listening and responding. His approach is collaborative, relational, and experiential. He listens to the body, paying attention to your bodily sensations and their meaning. He considers himself a body therapist who doesn’t touch the body.
We live in a time of cultural contradiction. Our culture s emphasis on speed is at odds with the conditions that promote intimacy the slow pace and patient ...