• Dana Webster

How I Work


When I am in consultation with a potential new client, invariably I am asked, "So, how do you work? What's your method?" Fair question, the answer to which I often give is, "I'm not really sure."

Not what you were expecting? It's honest, though.

Mostly, I use my own brand of The Wander Method. This is when a conversation starts and we follow it wherever it wants to go. I can help it along by employing deep listening, and asking Socratic open-ended questions. The questions are designed to help you see another way, to help you open a door to a new understanding. In the end, we wander out of the darkness of confusion, long-held patterns and beliefs and into the light of awareness, perspective, and self-love.

However, if you'd prefer some Google-able terminology that explains my approach and how I work, I will share these resources:

Humanistic

Humanistic psychology is a perspective that emphasizes looking at the the whole person, and the uniqueness of each individual. Humanistic psychology begins with the existential assumptions that people have free will and are motivated to achieve their potential and self-actualize.

Transpersonal

Transpersonal psychology enhances the study of mind-body relations, spirituality, consciousness, and human transformation.

Jungian

Individuation

Archetypes

Collective Unconscious

Synchronicity

Dream Interpretation

Intuitive

Integrating multiple psychological theories, including cognitive behavioural, humanistic, existential and mindfulness approaches, intuitive psychology adds a broader mind-body-spirit context.

Somatic

The goal of somatic counselling is to help people be aware of the sensations in their body and to connect them to possible emotional blocks.

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