I am particularly interested in the ability of the human mind, heart, and body to respond to the world and learn through experience. At any stage of life, every human being has the capacity to develop new strengths and learn new ways of being in the world. In recent years, this fact has been proven in the field of neuroscience. It was once thought that the human brain was hard-wired in childhood, but now it is well known that the human brain is adaptable; new neurons can be created and pathways for new learning happen during every unique experience. This means that regardless of the limitations surrounding a person, there is room for growth and life enrichment. Counselling and psychotherapy provides a unique experience where emotional and psychological learning is intensified through the focus that both the therapist and the client bring to the work. Both people work to help the client learn, grow, and experiment with new ways of being in the world; oftentimes this learning might include making space for the deeper wisdom of the heart. The entire human system (including the mind, brain, body, heart, and soul) has evolved to adapt and change. This fact supports the client in every step they take.