Where the Satir Community Connects.
"I believe the greatest gift I can conceive of having from anyone is to be seen, heard, understood and touched by them. The greatest gift I can give is to see, hear, understand and touch another person. When this is done, I feel contact has been made."
13686 94A Avenue,, Surrey BC Canada V3V 1N1
Virginia Satir held high hopes and great enthusiasm for the ability of the human spirit to make this world a better place to live. Her vision was to help empower people to reach their full potential. Learn more about the woman referred to by many as "the pioneer of family therapy".
87 South Elliott Road, Suite 214, Chapel Hill, NC 27514-5824
Referred to as the “Columbus of Family Therapy” and “everybody’s family therapist”, Satir stayed at the forefront of human growth and family therapy until her death in 1988. Virginia Satir, founder of the Satir Model, believed that therapy is an intense experience with the inner self. The counselor/therapist helps and encourages the client not only to accept and deal with the pain and problems but also accept and live an inner joy and peace of mind.
1480 Lee Hill Road #7, Boulder, CO 80304
In process of becoming an institute
Virginia was known for her special warmth and for her remarkable insight into human communication and self-esteem. For almost 50 years, Virginia Satir worked to help others to better realize their full human potentials. She believed that this involved a healing process of becoming aware of and connecting with our inner selves and then of contacting others from this center.
Last updated by Stephen Buckbee Oct 31, 2010.