Therapy usually starts with identifying the suffering obscuring what you imagine or hope that life can be and a desire for a trained perspective to assist you on the journey towards that vision. This is exteremly personal in nature and unique to each client, therefore, therapy is not so much about simply providing answers and rote goals or techniques. It is a co-created process in which you feel safe to go where you need to go so you can discover what it is you need to discover and learn what it is you need to learn.
Therapy is a place of discerning and attentive stillness, inquiry, and learning that enables your own innate abilities, strengths, and wisdom to uncover that which sustains you, so that life again feels better, your step a bit lighter. It is not so much about "fixing" as it is about healing and finding your way back to a sense of agency and aliveness. Ultimately, it is a place to explore what it means to be a human being, with all of its complexities, at this time, at this place, in your life. This intimate contact with self discovery can be extremely restorative.