Trevor believes that how we relate to ourselves is how we relate to the world.
He subscribes to the belief that all humans are an intricate mosaic of multiple parts. A simple way to relate to this statement is: A friend asks you for coffee, a part of you wants to go, and a part of you wants to have a lie in. Neither part is right nor wrong; they merely have differing desires, needs and roles in your inner world. It is natural to allow our parts to rule our daily lives, and many of us are unaware that we can choose Self-led versus parts-led. Sometimes our parts’ reactions, choices and roles are okay, and sometimes they get us into trouble even though our parts always want the best for us.
There is a way to develop a relationship with these parts and discover why they do what they do. We can help heal pain or shift our relationship to the vulnerability that might fuel an internal reaction. Once we do that, we can choose how we respond rather than react.
Trevor actively uses a parts-based therapeutic modality called Internal Family Systems or IFS. This evidence-based therapy has efficacy in addressing and treating issues such as depression, anxiety and PTSD.
Trevor has had no shortage of adverse life experiences that he has worked through using IFS and parts work. Yet, he has achieved a deep understanding and compassion for humanity by learning to navigate his complex internal world and relationships with the world from an open and curious state of mind.
If you are ready to learn how to lead yourself to lead others, then Trevor is the right person for you to work with.