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Hakomi Therapist quotes by Juanita Ortiz
#1. My tattoo

Tattooed in my memory and the pain it brings me. I scream within.
All cried out, not a tear to soothe me. Drugs and Alcohol numb me.
People say to see a therapist. I don't think so.
Christians say to forgive. I don't believe so.
My pain will never let me forget.
my tattoo is permanent. #Quote by Juanita Ortiz
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Noah Galloway
#2. I was headed into the final fitting of my leg. I'd gone through the test socket phase and my leg was finally ready. I was so excited! I walked into the physical therapy lab and shouted, "Man, I cannot wait to put this leg on and walk!"
My physical therapist, Bob, and the prosthetist exchanged nervous glances. My right leg was still pretty weak and by all normal standards, I should not be able to walk right away. But then, of course, I never like to be like everyone else. They had me wheel over to the parallel bars to attach my new leg.
"We're just going to have you stand for now," said Bob.
"Nah, I'm walking." I offered up my best shit-eating grin.
"Let's just see how it feels," Bob replied with some firmness.
I stood up and said, "I feel good. I feel really good."
Bob relented and they let me try to walk. They put a belt around me so that Bob could hold on to me as I walked the parallel bars. Most guys can use the parallel bars for support. I only have one arm so that only helped me so much. Good thing I didn't really need them. I started walking without faltering right away.
"Yeah, this feels good. I feel good. You can back up," I told them.
They backed up and I started walking by myself, holding on with one hand. Then, feeling bolder, I lifted my hand off the bar. I took a step. And then another step. I was walking without any help. I walked up and down those parallel bars the very first day I put on my leg.
I did all this with #Quote by Noah Galloway
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Chris Gethard
#3. My therapist and I even have a joke about it: shit is truly fucked up when I start threatening to take a road trip. #Quote by Chris Gethard
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Miriam Toews
#4. When my mother went to university to become a therapist she learned that suffering, even though it may have happened a long time ago, is something that is passed from one generation to the next to the next, like flexibility or grace or dyslexia. #Quote by Miriam Toews
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Irvin D. Yalom
#5. My task as a therapist (not unlike that of a parent) is to make myself obsolete - to help a patient become his or her own mother and father #Quote by Irvin D. Yalom
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Ron Kurtz
#6. To make Hakomi effective a practitioner must be more than just someone who knows a method. The practitioner must be someone whose very presence can be healing, a person who has all the qualities needed to support emotional healing in another. #Quote by Ron Kurtz
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Carrie Snyder
#7. Nurse. Registered Massage therapist. Yoga instructor. She considered al of the above programs and costed out notions, and returned, always, to the library, to its heat, the fragrance of dried pages like pressed leaves, its quietude. Something else is present here too: oscuridad - the Spanish word for darkness, which Juliet believes contains so much more than its translation. The oscuridad in here mirrors her own: one tiny darkness amidst the darkness of a multitude of minds seeking illumination, dead and alive trapped in dormant words. She thinks she can hear the oscuridad, her cheek pressed to the fake wood of the carrel she has earned; she can hear it, even though the library's lights are forever on. #Quote by Carrie Snyder
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Shakira
#8. It's incredibly liberating to spend an hour talking to someone and not caring about what you sound like. It's about understanding myself. Sometimes I'll speak to my therapist for an hour a day. It's become part of my routine. #Quote by Shakira
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Jean-Dominique Bauby
#9. The identity badge pinned to Sandrine's white tunic says "Speech Therapist," but it should read "Guardian Angel. #Quote by Jean-Dominique Bauby
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Lurlene McDaniel
#10. Lost. The therapist made it sound as if the person could be found. As if death wasn't final and irrevocable. #Quote by Lurlene McDaniel
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Thomas Lewis
#11. A therapist who fears dependence will tell his patient, sometimes openly, that the urge to rely is pathologic. In doing so he denigrates a cardinal tool. A parent who rejects a child's desire to depend raises a fragile person. Those children, grown to adulthood, are frequently among those who come for help. Shall we tell them again that no one can find an art to lean on, that each alone must work to ease a private sorrow? Then we shall repeat and experiment already conducted; many know its result only too well. If patient and therapist are to proceed together down a curative path, they must allow limbic regulation and its companion moon, dependence, to make the revolutionary magic. Many therapists believe that reliance fosters a detrimental dependency. Instead, they say, patients should be directed to "do it for themselves" - as if they possess everything but the wit to throw that switch and get on with their lives. But people do not learn emotional modulation as they do geometry or the names of state capitals. They absorb the skill from living in the presence of an adept external modulator, and they learn it implicitly. Knowledge leaps the gap from one mind to the other, but the learner does not experience the transferred information as an explicit strategy. Instead, a spontaneous capacity germinates and becomes a natural part of the self, like knowing how to ride a bike or tie one's shoes. The effortful beginnings fade and disappear from memory. (171) #Quote by Thomas Lewis
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Rosamund Lupton
#12. Surely a good therapist should produce a Dorian Gray-style portrait from under the couch so the patient can see the person they really are. #Quote by Rosamund Lupton
Hakomi Therapist quotes by L.J. Shen
#13. What makes you feel alive?
My family. My home. My men. My belly. I'm alive. And my therapist was right. I am going to live forever. #Quote by L.J. Shen
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Steve-O
#14. The idea is to improve somebody's day. That's how I've always viewed my job. I'm a distraction therapist. I make people's problems go away for just a little bit. #Quote by Steve-O
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Hal Sirowitz
#15. Lending Out Books

You're always giving, my therapist said.
You have to learn how to take. Whenever
you meet a woman, the first thing you do
is lend her your books. You think she'll
have to see you again in order to return them.
but what happens is, she doesn't have the time
to read them, & she's afraid if she sees you again
you'll expect her to walk about them, & will
want to lend her even more. So she
cancels the date. You end up losing
a lot of books. You should borrow hers. #Quote by Hal Sirowitz
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Edward Teyber
#16. In fact, the same intervention or response may even have the opposite effect on two different clients with contrasting developmental histories and cultural contexts. For example, if a client's parent was distant or aloof, the therapist's judicious self-disclosure may be helpful for the client. In contrast, the same type of self-disclosure is likely to be anxiety-arousing for a client who grew up serving as the confidant or emotional caregiver of a depressed parent. Greater sharing with the therapist may help the first client learn that, contrary to her deeply held beliefs, she does matter and can be of interest to other people. In contrast, for the second client, the same type of self-disclosure may inadvertently impose the unwanted needs of others and set this client back in treatment as, in her mind, she experiences herself back in her old caretaking role again - this time with the therapist. This unwanted reenactment occurs because the therapeutic relationship is now paralleling the same problematic relational theme that this client struggled with while growing up. #Quote by Edward Teyber
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Kirk Douglas
#17. Fifteen years ago, I suffered a stroke, which caused me to lose my speech. Now, what does an actor who can't talk do? Wait for silent pictures to come back? I work with a speech therapist twice a week. #Quote by Kirk Douglas
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Bruce Springsteen
#18. Antidepression medication is temperamental. Somewhere around fifty-nine or sixty I noticed the drug I'd been taking seemed to have stopped working. This is not unusual. The drugs interact with your body chemistry in different ways over time and often need to be tweaked. After the death of Dr. Myers, my therapist of twenty-five years, I'd been seeing a new doctor whom I'd been having great success with. Together we decided to stop the medication I'd been on for five years and see what would happen... DEATH TO MY HOMETOWN!! I nose-dived like the diving horse at the old Atlantic City steel pier into a sloshing tub of grief and tears the likes of which I'd never experienced before. Even when this happens to me, not wanting to look too needy, I can be pretty good at hiding the severity of my feelings from most of the folks around me, even my doctor. I was succeeding well with this for a while except for one strange thing: TEARS! Buckets of 'em, oceans of 'em, cold, black tears pouring down my face like tidewater rushing over Niagara during any and all hours of the day. What was this about? It was like somebody opened the floodgates and ran off with the key. There was NO stopping it. 'Bambi' tears... 'Old Yeller' tears... 'Fried Green Tomatoes' tears... rain... tears... sun... tears... I can't find my keys... tears. Every mundane daily event, any bump in the sentimental road, became a cause to let it all hang out. It would've been funny except it wasn't.

Every meaningles #Quote by Bruce Springsteen
Hakomi Therapist quotes by David Foster Wallace
#19. The depressed person's therapist was always extremely careful to avoid appearing to judge or blame the depressed person for clinging to her defenses, or to suggest that the depressed person had in any way consciously chosen or chosen to cling to a chronic depression whose agony made her (i.e., the depressed person's) every waking hour feel like more than any person could possibly endure. This renunciation of judgment or imposed value was held by the therapeutic school in which the therapist's philosophy of healing had evolved over almost fifteen years of clinical experience to be integral to the combination of unconditional support and complete honesty about feelings which composed the nurturing professionalism required for a productive therapeutic journey toward authenticity and intrapersonal wholeness. Defenses against intimacy, the depressed person's therapist's experiential theory held, were nearly always arrested or vestigial survival-mechanisms; i.e., they had, at one time, been environmentally appropriate and necessary and had very probably served to shield a defenseless childhood psyche against potentially unbearable trauma, but in nearly all cases they (i.e., the defense-mechanisms) had become inappropriately imprinted and arrested and were now, in adulthood, no longer environmentally appropriate and in fact now, paradoxically, actually caused a great deal more trauma and pain than they prevented. Nevertheless, the therapist had made it clear from the outset that she #Quote by David Foster Wallace
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Garry L. Landreth
#20. Growth is a slow process and so is change in behaviour. The therapist must be patient with the process. #Quote by Garry L. Landreth
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Amy Tan
#21. Among writers, if you don't have a therapist, it's like saying you don't keep a journal or use the thesaurus. It's a natural accompaniment. #Quote by Amy Tan
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Rollo Tomassi
#22. Every touchy-feely therapist will tell you to open up and express yourself, but all that leads to is the negotiation of desire and the disingenuous obligations based on those terms. #Quote by Rollo Tomassi
Hakomi Therapist quotes by David Edelstein
#23. Let me tell you, if your marriage is in trouble, skip the therapist and find a psycho. Nothing brings people together faster. #Quote by David Edelstein
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Irvin D. Yalom
#24. You know, I think everybody I've seen has come from some other therapy, and almost invariably it's very much the same thing: the therapist is too disinterested, a little too aloof, a little too inactive. They're not really interested in the person, he doesn't relate to the person. All these things I've written so much about. That's why I've made such a practice really, over and over to hammer home the point of self-revelation and being more of yourself and showing yourself. Every book I write I want to get that in there. #Quote by Irvin D. Yalom
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Samantha Young
#25. Regret, Joss. Regret does awful things to a person. #Quote by Samantha Young
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Dominic Riccitello
#26. Someone's therapist knows all about you. #Quote by Dominic Riccitello
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Tyler, The Creator
#27. I don't have a therapist, so I use me as my own therapist when I'm making the music. #Quote by Tyler, The Creator
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Spalding Gray
#28. I consulted a therapist at Mass. General. After about 20 minutes, he stopped me and said, 'You're just a big existential garbage pail. Go home and relax.' #Quote by Spalding Gray
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Alison Miller
#29. It is unlikely that one ANP will serve as a constant throughout the person's life. Your client is, therefore, likely to have others besides the ones you know, or several who you might think of as "the host". Adults with dissociative disorders often have several ANPs from earlier stages of life inside. They usually have the same name but are of different ages. Sometimes, there are several current ANPs, each of whom assumes she or he is the "real" person and is amnesiac for the existence of the others. Their current knowledge and experience may overlap, while their other characteristics differ somewhat. This makes them glide easily from one to the other, and the therapist can easily miss the switch. p22 #Quote by Alison Miller
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Ellen Ullman
#30. The therapist could not budge the patient from her syllogism. She replayed it throughout the hour, 'stuck in a single organization of events.' Seeing it from the other side (from behind the wall, as an observer), I understood the obsessive quality of such an attachment, something comforting in holding on to a smug, all-seeing knowledge, even a sad or hurtful one; something that let the patient control the precise amount of pain she administered to herself. #Quote by Ellen Ullman
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Oliver Sacks
#31. Similar considerations arise with regard to recovery and rehabilitation after strokes and other injuries. There are no rules; there is no prescribed path of recovery; every patient must discover or create his own motor and perceptual patterns, his own solutions to the challenges that face him; and it is the function of a sensitive therapist to help him in this. And #Quote by Oliver Sacks
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Shannon L. Alder
#32. I don't understand hospital chaplains that try to rob my patients of their anger. Sometimes anger is a key motivator that gets people to take action. Anger can push a cancer patient to jump out of his hospital bed, walk down to the nurses station and scream, "I am getting the hell out of here!". There is a misconception that God is simply sweet and passive. Actually, God can be quite cunning, manipulative and relentless with his children. What we consider as negative traits are actually helpful in molding us. He will use a negative emotion if needed to push people to do things that will change them for the better. He will allow people or situations to derail us if there is a chance that those interactions will push us forward. Personally, I don't want a God that is going to send some church member to my deathbed with a plate of cookies and tell me to have faith. Actually, I rather have a God that screams, "Get the hell off your ass, stop feeling sorry for yourself. Walk down the hall with that Physical Therapist so you can get on with your life!" A little anger in a person can push them to do amazing things. #Quote by Shannon L. Alder
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Karen Horney
#33. Life as a therapist is ruthless; circumstances that are helpful to one neurotic may crush another. #Quote by Karen Horney
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Derek Hough
#34. Remind yourself where you come from.

I spent the majority of my life running away from Utah, from the life I led there, from the memories I associated with those early years. It felt very someone-else-ago to me. London changed me profoundly.
When we were dancing on DWTS together, Jennifer Grey called me one night. She was having trouble with her back and wanted to see a physiotherapist. "Can you come with me?" she asked. She drove us through a residential section of Beverly Hills. We pulled into a house with a shed out back. Oddly, it didn't look like a doctor's office. There was a couch and incense burning. An Australian guy with a white beard came in : "Hey, mates." I looked at Jen and she winked at me. This was no physical therapy. She'd signed us up for some bizarre couples therapy!
The guy spoke to us for a while, then he asked Jennifer if she wouldn't mind leaving us to chat. I thought the whole thing was pretty out there, but I didn't think I could make a run for it.
"So, Derek," he said. "Tell me about your childhood." I laid it all out for him--I talked for almost two hours--and he nodded. "You can go pick him up now."
I raised an eyebrow. "Pick who up?"
The therapist smiled. "That younger boy, that self you left in Utah. You left him there while you've been on a mission moving forward so vigorously. Now you can go get him back."
I sat there, utterly stunned and speechless. It was beyond powerful and enlightening. Had I really #Quote by Derek Hough
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Ellie Goulding
#35. I started getting these attacks in 2009, just as my music career was taking off. I'd be doing photo-shoots and started to feel like I was having heart attacks. Increasingly I found it difficult to step outside my flat. Things started to get better after I saw a therapist, who told me I needed to make peace with my panic attacks. #Quote by Ellie Goulding
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Sherrilyn Kenyon
#36. Hear ye Hear ye ... ah, fuck it. We're here today for bullshit and we all know it. So let's dispense with the usual formality and get on with this witch hunt before I lose what little grip I still have on my patience. So, Dare Kattalakis state your case and demands to the council. And do it fast, with as few words as possible." Savitar
"First, I want to restate what a travesty it is that my family's seat is taken by
"Wah, wah, wah ... quit crying at the tit. Your brother Vane is the head of the Arcadians and Fury leads the Katagaria. Seek a therapist who gives a shit, or if you'd like to challenge either of them for their position, we can do with some entertainment. Hell, I'll make popcorn for the show. Otherwise, Bitch, get on with it." Savitar #Quote by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Jennifer Coburn
#37. During one session, the therapist returned from a trip to the rest room to find that another dog had dug a hole in a potted plant and buried Mancha. #Quote by Jennifer Coburn
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Barbara Lichner Ingram
#38. How can it be good practice to select a ready-made formulation before the therapist lays eyes on a new client? #Quote by Barbara Lichner Ingram
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Cecelia Watson
#39. At times I've felt less like a punctuation theorist than like a punctuation therapist #Quote by Cecelia Watson
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Jenn Bennett
#40. My old therapist warned me that avoidance is a dysfunctional way to interact with people you care about, but now I'm starting to understand what he meant when he said it could hurt them, too. Maybe it's time I figure out a better way to deal with my problems. Maybe Artful Dodger isn't working so well for me anymore. #Quote by Jenn Bennett
Hakomi Therapist quotes by Cheryl Strayed
#41. My concept of an advice giver had been a therapist or a know-it-all, and then I realized nobody listens to the know-it-alls. You turn to the people you know, the friend who has been in the thick of it or messed up - and I'm that person for sure. #Quote by Cheryl Strayed

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