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Testimonial #7

Couple, mid-sixties

Dear Rune: Yesterday was our last session, and we are feeling so grateful. We would like to thank you for your insights, your caring and compassion, as well as the method you taught us. We entered into couple counselling with great trepidation, not sure if we were doing the right thing, and afraid it might make things worse. It made things better, thankfully! We are so glad we took that step to contact you. You are very good at what you do, and the EFT method is so gentle, and practical. We learned so much about ourselves and each other, and have a new way of going forward, thanks to you. Bye for now...
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Testimonial #6

Couple, mid-thirties

Cannot recommend Dr. Moelbak enough. Working with Dr. Moelbak enabled us to gain insights into old patterns and make changes to break them to improve our relationship. A very effective and professional therapist.
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Testimonial #5

Female client, age 24

Working with Dr. Rune Mølbak changed my life. When I first started therapy I was depressed, anxious, closed off to life and had lost all hope. Working with him for years I learned so much about my capacity to be in the world and to risk living and loving in a more authentic way. He challenged me to see my strengths and now years later I still benefit from that!! I highly recommend working with Rune if you have the opportunity. I will always be grateful for the work we did.
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Testimonial #4

Couple, mid-thirties

Hello, This week was proof that therapy has really improved everything in our relationship. It was like a second honeymoon. We owe a lot of this success to you and both are very thankful for it, so much has changed for the better. I want to send you a few photos from our recent time together, you can tell we are very happy and both are really excited for our future. We both agree that you are a really exceptional therapist and could not have done it without your commitment, so thank you again.
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Testimonial #3

Female Client, Age 32

Dear Dr. Molbak, I just wanted to convey my gratitude, as I truly feel that participating in the counseling process with you was profound and life changing. Reading "Driven to Distraction" has catalyzed the process of restructuring my life, being patient with myself, accepting my limitations and working within them to be my best self. I can say without exaggeration, you have helped me changed my life for the best. By realizing how my ADHD is not my fault, my anxiety has gotten so much better, and now I can visualize a future where anxiety does not dictate all of my behavior.
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Testimonial #2

Female Client, Age 24

Good Morning Dr. Moelbak, I never got a chance to say thank you for all our sessions. You were my first therapist - and psychotherapy matched what I really needed and who I am. Our sessions have been extremely beneficial to me, perhaps more than I even know at this point. I do want to share one major area that our sessions unlocked. I used to be very dependent on my 'lists' and 'planning' and 'goals'. Now I am much more comfortable with not knowing everything right at that moment. I can stay with uncertainty and my need to resolve things right away has waned a sufficient amount. This is a huge change for me - and funnily, during our sessions - this wasn't really one of my goals nor was it part of my awareness at the time - but it's what I needed most. My goals were quite the opposite - to resolve all the 'problems'. I look to my old intentions knowingly. I feel good about the progress. I am also much less critical of myself and less focused on trying to fit the feeling rules that our norm has provided for our (almost) blind use. Which means I feel less guilty for being myself. There are so many times we help out other people but we never know where they are at and how the benefit affected them. I just wanted you to know that somewhere, somehow, it worked for me. As I wrote this mail, I was asking the question as to why I am mailing you. And immediately, I also thought 'Does it really matter? Do you have to know? Is it not enough that it makes you happy and that you have the chance to say it?' I do have a tendency to run away with the threads of thought. At some level I must admit that I enjoy it. But I will say that I am glad I have a chance to say thank you. That's all that matters right now. Thank you Dr. Molbak for giving me space to be and explore - something that I feel the world doesn't let most people do without it's associated rewards and sanctions. Thank you for showing me that there can be such a place of non-judgement and exploration. This work is so very important.
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Testimonial #1

Female Client, Age 23

Dear Rune, When I first came to see you over 3 years ago I was a person who felt she was unworthy of love and deserved to be abused or worse. I didn’t trust myself or anyone else. I had come very close to losing all hope. Therapy changed those illusions - you changed my life by being there. Today I feel like a completely different person though I still have a ways to go. I want to be alive - I’m excited to risk loving and letting people into my world. I’m still scared of that but this experience shows me I can do it. The thing I realize now is you gave me the space to be a full person. I never had that before this. I could experience anger, frustration, joy, love, closeness, distance, and sexual desire, all of it! Before I tried to disown a lot of these things, but now I can feel them and be a part of the world. I know this is painful to say goodbye, but that pain is nothing compared to what my life may have been like had I not met and worked with you. Looking back on the last 3 years it amazes me how much we accomplished together and things we discovered about not just my life - but life in general. All the changes that took place - well I still feel like I’m processing them and will be for a while.

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