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  • Writer's pictureAgnes wohl

Holiday Note

As we embrace the festive spirit, I want to take a moment to express my deep gratitude for allowing me to be part of the healing journey of so many individuals. Much like the lights that brighten this season, everyone's unique strengths and resilience illuminate our therapeutic space.

Whether it's the glow of Hanukkah candles, the twinkle of Christmas lights, or the warmth of Kwanzaa flames, each represents a beacon of hope and renewal.


Dealing with trauma is sometimes may seem like an impossible task, but with hard work and openness, it is possible. As we navigate through life's complexities, may the holidays bring you moments of peace, joy, and the recognition of your own inner light.


Wishing you a season filled with warmth, connection, and the continued discovery of the strength within you.


As we stand on the threshold of a new year, I want to take a moment to acknowledge the importance of being a part of someone's healing journey. It is a privilege we carry with great responsibility and compassion. In the coming year, may we continue to uplift and support one another, fostering an environment of growth and understanding. Wishing you all a New Year filled with positive energy, renewed purpose, and the satisfaction that comes from making a meaningful impact. May our collective efforts contribute to the well-being of those we serve and create ripples of healing that extend far beyond our individual practices.

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