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... And I have become the child of the clouds, and of hope.
I have become the friend of the enemy, whoever that is.
I have become older and, cherishing what I have learned,
I have become younger.

And what do I risk to tell you this, which is all I know?
Love yourself. Then forget it. Then, love the world.

Mary Oliver, Evidence: Poems

In Pali Buddhism, mettā means the friendliness, warmth, and care that we cultivate towards ourselves and others.  Metta Mind offers emotional support to cultivate a capacity of inner safety, from which all possibilities spring. 


Through relational connectedness and inner dialogue we work on moving away from destructive patterns of thinking and interacting, becoming aware of felt sensations, and connecting with the part of ourselves that is bigger than any story we hold. Practices draw from a variety of disciplines, depending on each individual's needs, interests, and wishes.

Some main influences include:

metta: loving-kindness, friendliness, care

Buddhist Psychology

Sometimes referred to as mindfulness, Buddhist-based psychology utilizes careful attention and positive cultivation to bring one's mind to inner calm and clarity.

Family Systems

Acknowledging the different "parts" of ourselves, IFS and "inner child" or "parts work," seeks to understand the different components of our personality and provide integration and wholeness

Jungian Dream Work

Our dreams can offer us a rich opportunity to understand ourselves, our suffering, and our unique path to freedom, with honesty and creativity.


​​Understanding that psychedelics can be a powerful tool for healing when used in the right context, we offer preparation and integration around non-ordinary states of consciousness

Who we are

Laura Geller
Specializing in individual and group psychotherapy and parts work

Not accepting new clients at this time
Willie Kunert
Specializing in grief, end of life, transitions, celebrations of life 

Accepting new clients
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