We have fabulous powers and potentials. Some are muted, unrealized, and imminent. Others glimmer brilliantly about us.Dennis Saleebey, The Strength Perspective in Social Work Practice
Dennis Saleebey wrote, “I believe that all of us somewhere, perhaps deep within, have the desire to be heroic: to rise above the nagging, petty concerns of the day, to develop our potential, to surmount hardship, to confront challenges, to be heard and to be a part of something that surpasses the trifling interests of self, to shape and realize our hopes and dreams. The heroic in everyday life is life-affirming. It is the thought, word, and deed, the basic character, however muted or oppressed, that struggles for life, for connection, for caring.”
In your therapy journey, I hope you will find more of yourself than you imagined.
- Potential to learn