Authenticity | A Guide for Reflecting on 2019

How we can look back to help us as we look ahead.


As this year (and decade!) comes to a close, I thought I'd offer one way to reflect on the year behind us as we prepare for the year ahead.  I hope that this guide can be a way to remember, to celebrate, to mourn, to feel grateful, to dream and to choose what you desire for the 365 days ahead of us in 2020.  And in all of those things, remember that I am with you and for you.

Alair

 

*You can download the original reflection guide here.

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Alair Olson, M.A.

 Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

(MFC#86504)

 

South Mission Valley | San Diego, CA  92108

858.634.0302 | therapy@alairolson.com