I am deeply passionate about my work and am honored to have been chosen as a healing arts practitioner on the journey to self-improvement. I find my work as a counselor/psychologist to be highly rewarding and fulfilling. I never underestimate the courage and strength it requires...Read More
Psychology was a byproduct of philosophy. The word psychology comes from two Greek words meaning the study of the soul. The theories that fuel therapy provide a philosophy of life and a theology of man-our human nature, how we develop our personalities and how we evolve as...Read More
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Do you find it difficult to acknowledge the unhealthy behaviors in others? If this is your experience in relationships, you may be setting yourself up to be hurt and disappointed. Individuals whom you may be surrounded with may not share the same values of honesty, integrity and kindness. Individuals who are often afraid to see others as capable of bad behavior frequently have a history of painful experiences in their own childhood.
Children struggle accepting that their parents or guardians could be cruel, manipulative, selfish or neglectful. It is very difficult for a child’s psyche to recognize that the people who are supposed to love them, care for them and protect them are unable to love them or are engaging in toxic behaviors. Childhood experiences of loss or disappointment can leave them feeling vulnerable. Any disappointment in the present is too painful, so it is easier to ignore or deny the truth about the people in their adult lives who may still be one’s parents, friends or romantic partners.
The reality is that people are indeed, capable of selfish, manipulative and cruel behavior even if they are your parents, friends or lover. Some individuals lack a conscience, a sense of responsibility, empathy or remorse. These individuals are deliberately cruel. Then there are those who do not care enough to engage in honest, integrity, responsible or kind behavior.
If you deny the possibility that someone could be hurtful regardless of your relationship to that person, you put yourself and your loved ones at great risk. Facing this truth is empowering and will enable you to make better decisions and assert healthy boundaries with unhealthy individuals. It may be disappointing and disillusioning to face the truth about someone’s hurtful behaviors. However it helps to protect yourself and those you love from future pain and disappointment.
I am committed to providing the highest quality of care and maintain a deep desire to facilitate personal transformation that allows individuals to live whole-heartedly. My desire is that individuals live a life embodied with peace, joy, love, and prosperity. I hope to accomplish my purpose, which is to help you live your dream of realizing your fullest potential in a personal and meaningful manner that allows you to live the life you want.
A.C.T. will provide free resource information for individuals and families to help promote education. For more information, please contact Dr. Drecun at Dr.Drecun@a4ct.com or (858) 792-3541. You may also visit us online at www.a4ct.com. ACT serves the Del Mar 92014 and Rancho Santa Fe 92067 area.
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|The Association for Compassionate Transformation is dedicated to empowering individuals, enrighing live, promoting personal growth and development by providing professionally competent and personally compassionate services for children, adults, couples and families through life-coaching, psychotherapy and education with the intent of achieving a productive life, a meaningful existence and reaching one's highest potential.||I am deeply passionate about my work and am honored to have been chosen as a counselor/psychotherapist on the journey to self-improvement. I find my work as a psychologist to be highly rewarding and fulfilling. I never underestimate the courage and strength it requires to engage in self-introspection and work toward positive change in becoming one’s true and authentic self.
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|I feel so lucky to have you as my therapist and so grateful to have been helped through so many known and unknown issues in such a short time. I love having you in my life. Life is definitely improving and I think we work well together. Thanks for everything! :)
Wishing you all the best!!!
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