Empowering Empaths, HSPS and Intuitive Women
I’m Jean Dixon and I am here to help you.
People seek my help for many reasons. For example, you may want to work through a crisis and desire healing from the emotional pain that accompanies a crisis. You may also be wanting to learn how to better understand and manage difficult emotions or are having difficulty with significant relationships. You may be wanting to strengthen your self-acceptance and gain greater confidence and satisfaction in your life. Many times, people express to me that they are feeling inadequate and want help increasing their resiliency in challenging life circumstances and transitions.
I am here to help you become a better you. I want to help you develop a richer more meaningful and purposeful life not compromised by internal conflict, pain and confusion.
Changing the story you tell yourself about who you are. You will learn how to release the built up charge that lies within your nervous system and move forward with renewed strength.
Our work together will help you see the choices you are making and help you take action on those decisions so you can create a new way of life that continues to nourish and nurture you.
Do you have questions?
Let’s schedule a time to talk.
Get in touch with your emotions by accessing the Senses: the blog for music and sensory insight by me for you.
RECENTLY IN THE SENSES:
I’ve lost my mind…at least it seems. A woman standing behind me points out my unzipped back pack; ‘Ma’am, you need some help closing that up. You might not want to lose anything in there.’ I politely complied. Moment later, the flight was cancelled. My friend goes into immediate action mode and seems to know exactly what options there are and begins to make decisions about how we can progress. In my freeze response – I don’t. I do, however, notice my feelings of lostness. My feelings of not knowing what to do and looking to others for direction. In that moment, the pattern, the role, the identity, the Me I know myself to be, had revealed herself to remain very present throughout the retreat. It was my ‘Passionately Held Bad Fit’ as it is referred to among us therapists.