Stress and Unresolved Feelings

When I was 7 years old I asked: “Why were we Humans put on this Planet? All seemed to be going well until we came along!”

Little did I realise what a profound question this was until I grew up and became aware of the extent of my own and others’ emotional and psychological wounding, and how deeply this affected our wellbeing and the way we treat each other and the environment.

It became increasingly clear that stress is like having our feet on the accelerator and brake pedals at the same time.I realised how harmful unresolved feelings and stress can be and how they lead to unhappiness and destructive action.

So I spent several years in therapy, healing my own wounding and training with some of the leading pioneers in somatic psychotherapy and structural dynamics in Europe and America.

My work with individuals, couples and organisations over the last 35 years has shown me that, when we heal our emotional wounds and are able to reconnect with who we really are, with our core, we are naturally co-operative and constructive.

Then we are be able to re-engage with our life, the people, places and relationships that are important to us, and our work.

If you want guidance and support in dealing effectively with life’s challenges, and in being true to yourself in an environment or society that may not always share your priorities and values, call 02 9413 9794 or 0412 178 234

Donald Marmara created Core Development – a process of change and personal growth developed from his professional training and 35 years’ experience in somatic (body) psychotherapy, counselling and structural dynamics.

Core development adopts a flexible approach, recognising that what works for one person may not work for another.

Donald currently resides and practices in Sydney, and is available for individual sessions, couples sessions, counselling teenagers and parents, and facilitating training programs and workshops.

He can be contacted on 02 9413 9794 or 0412 178 234.