Finding Personal Growth Through Relationships with Mary Steege – 2-27-16
January 21, 2016
The relationships around us may range in the depth of their intimacy, but within each is an invitation to grow. Our relationships allow us to understand ourselves better, and to raise our awareness of the places within us that are in need of healing. In the midst of things that strain our relationships, it may not be as easy to see these opportunities, but if we choose to accept this philosophy, it can change how we see every conversation as well as every conflict. What can we do to see our relationships as a place for our own personal growth? Our guest this week is a therapist who works with clients to find these gifts amidst the challenges.
Mary Steege is a licensed marriage and family therapist, a certified Internal Family Systems therapist, and a pastor in the Presbyterian Church, USA. Currently in private practice at the Therapy House in Racine, WI, she has also served as a parish pastor and a hospital and hospice chaplain. Mary is a member of the AAMFT and author of a book on psycho-spiritual healing called: “The Spirit-led Life: A Christian Encounter with Internal Family Systems.” She conducts her own workshops on healing and has been a presenter at the International Internal Family Systems conference.
You can learn more about Mary at http://www.thetherapyhouse.org/poc/view_doc.php?type=doc&id=22554.