I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for all of the help and support you have given me over the years. Your guidance and understanding have been invaluable to me, and I am so grateful to have you as my therapist. Your kindness, compassion, and wisdom have helped me through some of the toughest times in my life, and I feel so much stronger and more resilient because of our work together. I have learned so much about myself and how to manage my emotions and challenges, and I know that I could not have done it without you. Thank you for being such an important part of my journey towards healing and growth. You truly are an amazing therapist, and I am so grateful to have you in my life.
Dear Weaver Center, You may remember that I visited with your clinic a gazillion years ago when I was struggling in life and public school, and I've been meaning for years to write back and just offer a humble thank you--your work changed the outcomes of what were possible in my life from a path that was steering to self-harm--to a path of self-realization, and then one of community realization. That may sound a little dramatic, but I don't think I can overstate what a big effect all your professional work has had on my life.
Thank you for all of your help with ---. He is in a much better place than he was when he began working with you! We are grateful.
We are very grateful with your kindness and generosity to ----, esp, sending the test kit to ----. He is a lucky boy! We appreciate your full supports to him very much!
I just wanted to send a note of gratitude. I had a chance to read over about half of ---- report last night and it is so well done! I think you did an excellent job! There is a lot to digest in there for sure, but I am so impressed at how detailed your assessment is and how well you have been able to capture the struggles ---- experiences day-to-day.
I love seeing you each Wednesday, your warmth and authenticity is beautiful!
Buck is one of the most generous and compassionate people I know. He has overcome lots of adversity from a young age and will be able to relate with many young people facing challenges in college.
Working with Buck Weaver on my ADD/ADHD has really changed my life. After testing a year ago, I initially thought that I wouldn’t do any therapeutic work because I am nearing retirement. When I realized how much my ADD/ADHD condition was affecting relationships at home, at work and everywhere else, I realized that I need to start working on strategies and tools to change how my ADD/ADHD affects me and those around me. The work I’m doing with Buck Weaver generally doesn’t seem like work at all. I’ve spent years in therapy working on the impacts of childhood abuse and neglect. It’s been hard and long; progress is slow and often hard to really see at times. The things I’m doing with Buck couldn’t be more different. They’re relatively easy (as long as I remember!), and the results are generally immediate and observable. There’s an immediate positive feedback loop that makes it easy and enjoyable to turn changes into habits. As I told my wife recently, this is therapy that’s actually exciting – really – as well as very constructive. I was reluctant to make time for this – doing that was one of the best decisions I’ve made in a long time.