A good healer brings expertise, experience, compassion, and commitment to the partnerships that they create with their patients. Sometimes we can fall into the trap of trying to be the “healed healer.” We want to be viewed as someone who has gone through the healing process, completed it, and now wants to share it with others. It’s important for us to remember that we are always a work in progress, and continuing to actively work on our personal growth is vitally important to our healing practice.

When we continue to learn and grow as individuals, it enhances our ability to help others. It creates more space for compassion, empathy, and understanding. The more we know about ourselves, the easier it is for us to honor where our patients are on their own unique journeys. We can bring new insights into our practice and keep a fresh perspective on the healing process. Read Facebook Status