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START NOW. GROW FORWARD.


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START NOW. GROW FORWARD.


 

 

Metta Psychology Group provides expert, creative, and specialized support for individuals and families interested in achieving forward growth and personal development.

 
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MEET OUR GROUP


MEET OUR GROUP


HERE TO HELP.

Located in the heart of Upper Arlington, we are a group of skilled clinicians dedicated to providing solutions for a better life. Our goal is to gain a clear picture of your needs, explore progressive therapeutic approaches and effective ways of problem solving, and help each individual develop greater insight and personal growth. We offer a space where your voice will be heard in a safe, non-judgmental, and confidential environment. We value collaboration, curiosity, sensitivity, intuition, flexibility, and solution-oriented approaches.

 

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WHAT IS METTA?


WHAT IS METTA?


In the Pali language, the word metta means loving-kindness. It is the heartfelt wish for the well-being of oneself and others. Metta is an attitude, rather than just a feeling-a cultivation of compassion by focusing on goodwill, empathy, and connection. If we direct metta toward ourselves, we can connect more fully with others and experience openness, awareness, and love. By intentionally accepting the virtue of loving-kindness, we can find wellness and connection.  

“May all beings be happy.

May they live in safety and joy.

All living beings,

Whether weak or strong,

Tall, stout, average or short,

Seen or unseen, near or distant,

Born or to be born,

May they all be happy.”

                                                       From the Metta Sutta

                                                     Sutta Nipata I.8