• Keiko Yoneyama-Sims

Remembering the reason why you started


Few months ago, my wonderful friends, Elfie and Dominik interviewed me in their podcast called ”Simply Focus”.


http://www.sfontour.com/project/sfp-32-small-steps-count-a-conversation-about-sf-parenting-sf-in-japan-and-more-with-keiko-yoneyama/


It was fun and inspiring interview.


It kept me reminding why I wanted to be a therapist. I reminded me why I choose to specialize in maternal mental health.


It has been over two decades since I decided to become a therapist. It has been over 5 years since I decided to study more about maternal mental health.


It became so "normal" and I took everything for granted from what attracted me to learn Solution Focused Brief Therapy and maternal mental health, to what I continue to do to horn the skills to help others.


It is great to be reminded time to time.

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