JVG

Jeffrey Von Glahn

When I originally thought about being a therapist, it seemed to be a calling that I had a natural affinity for – or I at least hoped that was the case – and that I would eagerly look forward to each working day (I had a boring childhood; I rather desperately needed an interesting life to look fo ...show more When I originally thought about being a therapist, it seemed to be a calling that I had a natural affinity for – or I at least hoped that was the case – and that I would eagerly look forward to each working day (I had a boring childhood; I rather desperately needed an interesting life to look forward to). Now, as I look back over these past 45 years, I can say that being a therapist was all that I had hoped for and that my experience with Jessica was more fascinating than I could ever have imagined. Whether it’s the first session with a new client or the hundredth one with the same client, being a therapist continues to have the same mesmeric appeal it has always had for me. Each client presents another opportunity to learn more about how I can help someone regain contact with a part of his basic humanness that fortuitous events had secreted away for safe-keeping. When I am able to accomplish that, I feel that I’ve helped to give birth to a new human being. What I especially enjoy about that experience is that I am able to use all of my intellectual skills and all of my caring instincts at the same time. I am so thrilled that I decided to be a therapist. If I believed in reincarnation, I’d want to come back as one.show less

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