Gina Nobuko Ramos
Marriage and Family Therapist
2148 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94114
Psychotherapy requires you to become path-walkers, courageously taking an internal adventure into redefining yourself, as you give voice to the lost parts of yourself, and the quest of becoming your embodied Full Self.
Exploring the therapeutic connection between psychotherapy, and the creative process of conscious change, we may address these possible inquiries:
Who are you?
What is your full potential?
How are you moving towards the life you desire?
It's a clarion call to awaken.
My approach to psychotherapy is grounded in establishing a warm, collaborative therapeutic relationship, where we discuss, and explore your goals, and address your concerns.
Integrative Psychotherapy is based on holistic psychotherapy principles of honoring the mind, body,and spirit connection, traditional talk therapy, and Mindfulness.
Mindfulness, or mindful inquiry, is simply noticing your embodied internal experience with curiosity, and awareness.
You make direct contact with the here-and-now, allowing for an expanded awareness for self study of core material.
If you are curious, or possibly uncertain what 'mindful inquiry' requires, I can assist you in the process of simply noticing what is, by gently guiding you to pay attention to your internal experience.
We can also discuss the possiblity of including the EMDR model to further support your unfolding therapeutic process.
With the gift of listening, comes the gift of healing; because listening to your brothers, and sisters until they have said the last words in their hearts is healing, and consoling. Someone once said, that it is possible to 'listen a person's soul into existence.'
~Catherine de Hueck Doherty
Gina Nobuko Ramos, MA
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
I hold a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, with a concentration in Somatic Psychotherapy, from the California Institute of Integral Studies.
I am a California licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and Certified Hakomi Therapist.
Hakomi is a body-centered depth psychotherapy, using mindful inquiry and an integration of therapeutic methods. If you would like more information on Hakomi, please visit the Hakomi Institute
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