"Ask not of things to shed their veils. Unveil yourselves, and things will be unveiled. Nor ask of things to break their seals. Unseal yourselves, and all will be unsealed."
In your daily life do you tend to get lost in routine activity, projects, obligations and duties, as well as in your own personal thoughts and emotional dramas? Does it feel as if there is no real opportunity to find out who you really are? Did you learn not to be congruent with yourself – to smile when you feel sad, or to show compassion when you are angry?
The goal of Western psychotherapy is to keep people normal. But normality is not enough. Just to be normal is not of any significance. It means the normal routine of life and your capacity to cope with it. It does not give you meaning, it does not give you significance. It does not give you insight into the reality of things. It does not take you beyond time, beyond death.
Bahram has combined Western psychotherapy with Eastern practices of healing. In his approach putting your attention in the moment is used as an anchor, helping you to experience all your senses, feelings and thoughts “here and now”. He creates an environment where you can allow yourself to become vulnerable and sensitive; where you can take the courage to be yourself in an honest, strong and uncompromising way.
People are encouraged to take the "risk" to find new ways of expressing themselves - out of freedom and insight, instead of habit, duty and anxiety. Bahram has a BA in psychology and a Masters degree in Marriage and Family therapy. He has been practicing for over 20 years. You can reach him for an appointment at 1 (888) 823-3696 or email him at
"You will have to know the unreal as unreal: only then will you be able to know the real as real...Until you have known what you are not, you will not be able to know what you are. What you are is covered up by what you are not, so first you will have to come face to face with what you are not, and then you will see what you are. On the journey towards yourself, first you will come across the valleys before you reach to the peaks." Osho