I believe the different facets of ourselves are intimately connected, and the healthcare which is most effective examines problems from all facets - psychological, biological, social, spiritual, relational, and societal.
I work within this holistic framework to guide clients in the changes they want to make. Often people come to therapy feeling very 'stuck,' but by examining oneself from this broad perspective, there are often small changes in one area which can start to affect them all.
It is also important to examine the personal relationships, groups, and larger institutions a person is connected with as part of therapy. Historically, therapy has paid less attention to these facets of our lives, and this can leave important parts of the self unhealed. This exploration can help a person recognize unhealthy systems in their life, and how to more effectively relate and advocate in a way that promotes their health and the health of others.