I have decided to become a therapist because I have always been fascinated with the human mind. My greatest personal revelation has been when I realized that I can think of my thinking, I can observe my thinking...
As a result, I decided to learn more about the connection between the two and understand how thinking is shaped and what constitutes our thoughts, and thus, our realities.
Moving across countries for the past 7 years has meant I have been physically and emotionally in a lot of places. And I have learnt first hand what experiencing anxiety, depression, burnout and self-doubt feel like. And if you read the before sentence carefully, you probably noticed how I don't claim the states as my own ("have experienced").
You might think I am rather picky about words, and you're correct! I also have a degree in communication, where I studied how language shapes the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves and the world around us.