Video: I Want My Clients To See Me For Who I Am

Katie works with a participant who says. ‘I want my clients to see me for who I am,’ watch as they do The Work.

A woman suddenly realizes that she has been using her therapy clients for her own self-esteem. When she questions the thought that they should see her for who she is, she is able to be there for them as a therapist. “And isn’t that your job?” Katie asks.

After questioning the thought  “They should see me for who I am,” a woman suddenly realizes that she has been using her therapy clients for her own self-esteem. Through inquiry she begins to see how she can to be there for them as a therapist. “And isn’t that your job?” Katie asks.


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