Finding Balance

Change is possible...


You are not alone ~

A sense of balance, a desire for peace, a quest for calm—these are feelings for which we all yearn. We are born craving connection with others, connections with the world around us, and, most importantly, connection with our self. The stresses and struggles of daily living can erode the delicate balance which we seek to maintain, and when we lose this balance we can sometimes embrace less effective ways of coping with life. This lack of balance can seem dark, unforgiving, and fearful at times.However, the good news is this—by exploring the challenges and paradoxes of daily living, we can utilize the psychological traditions of the past along with the contemporary knowledge of today to enhance well-being, to increase balance, and to renew harmony in our lives.

Transforming stumbling blocks ~

As a psychotherapist who is grounded in the present and believes that our human capacity for self-awareness gives us boundless possibilities to experience personal freedom, I am able to guide people safely toward uncovering and removing the literal and metaphorical stumbling blocks of life and I am also able to facilitate an increase in one's sense of balance, peacefulness, and calm.

It's about the relationship ~

Our work together will be grounded in the present and will be directed toward a positive goal. As well, our work will be focused on resolving the perceptual and emotional experiences of life. By bringing together these techniques—being grounded, being positive, being experiential— we will be able to engage in effective treatment to resolve your unique challenge. 


                          Carl Sayles, PsyD 


"Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes."                                     ~Carl Jung



Disclaimer: The information on this website is not intended to be a substitute for medical diagnosis and treatment. If you are experiencing pain, be sure to consult a medical professional and/or psychotherapeutic counseling.



© 2013 Carl Sayles, PsyD