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Jon Diggs, LPC, CPCS is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Professional Counseling Supervisor. He obtained a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Morehouse College and a Master's degree in Community Counseling from Argosy University.
As a psychotherapist and clinical consultant, he works to help individuals, families and businesses find their main·spring: something that plays a principal part in motivating or maintaining a movement, process, or change.
He believes the change process is best understood when we decide to be kind to ourselves.
He has over 10 years of experience working with individuals and families coping with grief trauma, HIV, chronic illness, depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, domestic violence, high-conflict relationships, LGBTQ and Gender Identity Therapy.
Therapy is a way to better understand personal narratives; stories we communicate internally about who we are, where we come from, and how we present to others. This is huge because it informs how we feel and deal when life starts to happen.
Fractures in our narratives cause us to show up disjointed. In other words, the inability to use kindness, as a tool, to bring all parts of self together.
Jon believes that Kindness acts as a bridge between the heart and mind. This belief has evolved into the Mainspring Approach.
His three-step method:
1.Tell the Truth
3.Tell a Different Story
has helped people reach a space of healing by practicing Kindness towards self.
"It is my obligation, my purpose to do the work of kindness and share it with others. This is the meaning of Human-Kind."
Jon has trained therapists and coaches in the Mainspring Approach. He has also transformed these steps into a workbook giving you access to the same healing process that has helped others.
"When we are kind to ourselves, we become our own best friend. We are able to listen to our truth without guilt, shame and judgement. This is self-love; and love is healing. This is a love story."
As we continue to celebrate the 5th birthday of Mainspringcts, we want to invite you to engage with this approach and learn how to love and #bekindtoyourself. No matter what has or has not happened - all of you is welcome.
Learn more in this video and start your kindness journey by downloading your free workbook.
It's a New Way. It's a New Day: A Message about Practicing Kindness
It's a New Way. It's a New Day: A Plan is Just a Plan