I have spent the past twenty years immersed in spiritual practice, as well as deep psychological inquiry, focusing on how psychospiritual integration occurs in the body.
Through working with hundreds of spiritual teachers and practitioners in the Western world, I am convinced that spiritual work alone does not address many of our deepest psychological knots and traumas, nor does it provide tools to address our wounds in relationship that block us from fulfilling our deepest longings, dreams, and spiritual possibilities.
My clientele include. . .
Long-term and beginning spiritual practitioners who recognize that meditation, yoga, and other spiritual practices alone are not producing the emotional well-being, quality of relationships, and integration that they long for
Spiritual teachers who are struggling with anxiety and depression, breakdowns within their communities, blind-spots in their teaching work, or difficulties with their own psychological integration
Couples who wish to pursue relational healing within the context of a larger, nondual context that supports their individual and shared spiritual unfolding
Yoga teachers and practitioners who want to learn to utilize their yoga practice for psychological integration
Individuals passing through spiritual awakenings, emergencies, and crises
Individuals who wish to explore somatic and body-centered approaches to working with trauma
Although the focus of my practice is psychological support on the spiritual path, I recognize that there is really not anything that is not spiritual, and I welcome clientele who do not identify with spirituality, but who are working with relationship issues, anxiety, depression, healing crises, a desire to fulfill their deepest potentials, and all the other gritty challenges that make us human.
My office is in Fairfax, California in Marin County.
My clientele live all over the world, and I am comfortable
working via skype and telephone, as well as in person.
CALL OR EMAIL FOR APPOINTMENT:
(415) 320-5966 or Email
We try to be free before knowing sufficiently well our slavery.
~ Arnaud Desjardins