Narrative Filmed Analysis (NFA) is a method for improving personal understanding towards a more purposeful and fulfilled life. The idea grew out of my years of life-interview work. (See PI) 

It uses the filmed interview as the basis for a conversation about your life, allowing you to review your assumptions and refresh your worldview—that all-important framework that guides our lives and actions.

The objective is to refine and update your ideas so they align with who you are today and your expectations for the future. As you observe your own life from this decentered perspective, you become its editor. 

NFA is based on a finite number of 8-10 sessions. It is not therapy, but rather an emotional and philosophical review to allow you to engage more clearly in the world. 

The philosophical basis for this work is as old and sound as the ideas that the Roman emperor, Marcus Aurelius, used to guide his life some two thousand years ago. He recognized that very little is needed to make a happy life. It is all within ourselves and in our way of thinking. In short, our life is what our thoughts make it.