Brain-based Therapy for Codependence, Relationship Issues & Emotional Well-Being

ANNE DRANITSARIS, PH.D.


SELF-AWARENESS


Seeking meaning in our lives is often a result of having met our basic physical needs of food, shelter, and comfort in life. We seek work that is more meaningful, and pursue and nurture relationships so we can experience happiness and love with other people. We work for financial independence in order to do more of what we enjoy. We might also assist others to alleviate suffering in their lives through volunteering or charity work. Striving to fulfill our potential becomes our priority.


Self-awareness is always the first step to development just as it is a prerequisite for effective communication, and interpersonal relations. Self-awareness includes recognition of our personality, our strengths and weaknesses, our likes and dislikes. It helps us to recognize when we are stressed or under pressure and how our behavior changes during that time.

Self-awareness is crucial to growth and personal development. It allows us to observe behavior non-judgmentally and to mature emotionally.

There are many pathways to increase self-awareness. Personality assessments such as the MBTI, EQ-I, Striving Styles, and Astropsychology are all ways of gathering information about aspects of your nature to help you become more self aware.



​​Curious about how Brain-Based Therapy, Life Coaching or Leadership Coaching could help you to develop greater self-awareness?


Contact Anne for a free introductory discussion.​