Holistic Therapy, What to Expect?
Is a form of healing that considers the whole person (parts)- Body, Mind, Spirit, and Emotions.
I believe that there is a strong connection between all parts and when one part is negatively affected other parts suffering the consequences.
These consequences can be experienced in various forms such as prolonged stress, anxiety, addiction, emotional imbalance, panic attacks, nightmares, phobias, but as well the psychosomatic pain, high/low blood pressure, arthritis, heart conditions, epilepsy, cancer and other.
In my practice, I am looking for factors that are contributing to your problem and to realise you from them, using Hypnotherapy, Hypnoanalysis, and Counselling.
Counselling modalities in use.
Humanistic, Gestalt, Cognitive Behavioural Counselling, Psychodynamic, Transactional Analysis and Mindfulness.
Therapy can adjust to your needs using appropriate tools to bring back the balance within you and in result health, energy, and freedom.
Office based in EH1Therapies
28 Forth St.
Edinburgh EH1 3LH
Person centred approach
Person-Centred Approach is the most important part of the Integrative Counselling, the individual assessment will dictate the future techniques and tactics of the therapy.
Sometimes you might not be aware of what is actually causing the state that you are experiencing, therefore;
Techniques might be used later on in the therapy. These techniques can uncover the past experiences that influenced your current state.
There are no two cases that are the same, so your treatment is designed and created uniquely for you.
Dependant on the course of the treatment the next sessions will be dedicated to giving you tools to cope with stress and anxiety progressing towards building up your self-confidence, self-esteem, and finally realising healing and relearning.
The therapy program is flexible to suit your needs; I will advise what the best approach is, but it is your choice.
Some outcomes can be accomplished in two or three sessions, but sometimes as the session progresses, it can become apparent that more sessions are necessary to accomplish the healing.
In-depth therapy can make real changes for the better, but it needs time and commitment to work.