The Butterfly Effect Therapy starts with Zahra and Donya building shared vision to provide deep value of care and service to people with disability. After Zahra graduated from university as a professional therapist, she then pursued her passion to study a master’s in social work majoring in disability.
Donya’s life experiences lead her to her passion to undertake a Diploma in Counselling as well as a certificate in disability. When Zahra became a behavioural therapist and learnt that the system is broken for people with disability and also for support workers, they decided to work together to create the Butterfly Effect Therapy.
We are all about matching and building the right relationship. Our aim is to help workers understand their client’s special needs.
The Butterfly Effect
Everything You Need to Know About This Powerful Mental Model
The butterfly effect is an idea that is more commonly used in chaos theory. In chaos theory, the butterfly effect is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions in which a small change in one state of a deterministic nonlinear system can result in large differences in a later state.
A small change can make much bigger changes happen; one small incident can have a big impact on the future.
How does the butterfly effect affect us?
The butterfly effect can be used every moment – being aware of what we do and knowing the potential consequences of those deeds. The smallest step taken can change the course of life completely. An act of kindness allows for another, linking all of us in unimaginable ways.