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This is a soft and gentle approach to ease you into the therapeutic relationship so you can learn how to connect and building healthier relationship with others. This is invaluable as research has shown the therapeutic relationship can account for as much as 85% of clinical change.
Mindfulness means maintaining a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment, through a gentle, nurturing lens; the observer
During mindfulness meditation, I will typically guide the person or people in therapy to direct their focus on the present moment to bring themselves to a calm and peaceful place.
Mindfulness can be achieved without meditation
You will learn how to use your awareness through my energy awareness technique. It is simple and the more you practice, the easier it becomes.Many studies show that practicing mindfulness reduces stress. ... The researchers found that the participants who experienced mindfulness-based stress reduction had significantly less anxiety, depression and somatic distress compared with the control group.
This theory is a mild to moderate approach that focuses on how your thoughts, feelings and behavior influence each other. CBT helps you when unwanted thought patterns get in the way of your goals or when they get in the way of a relationship. CBT will provide you with a choice of alternative solutions that become more helpful. CBT is shown as one of the most effective treatments for conditions where anxiety or depression is the main problem.
This theory gives more emphasis towards helping to regulate emotions, tolerate stress, and help with conflict in relationships.
This a more advanced and unique approach in that it tries to assess a person's psychological development according to their unconscious mind. The unconscious mind is defined as a reservoir of feelings, thoughts, urges, and memories that are outside of conscious awareness.
In sessions, we will explore your feelings to help get to the root of your issues.
This theory helps clients with regulating emotions and the fear response to increase social connection, and help navigate relationships. In session, you will experience this as an interactive process that engages the social nervous systems of both therapist and client somatically.
This model is used to deepen into helping you learn to stay connected to your "Self" and have better relationships with the parts of you that take the drivers seat when you are not looking. These parts, if you are willing to engage, hold your confidence, courage, creativity and joy.
This method has actionable steps to help couple's solve the unsolvable through listening to one another. It also helps to increase friendship, romance and shared meaning in their lives together.
Learning how to help move intense feelings and emotions.
Learn what it's like to feel embodied fully with body mind heart connection.
Learn how to be aware and be do and live in the moment
Learn about energy, meridians, chakras, and auras and how it can help you with physical symptoms.
Learn how crystals, singing bowls, and essential oils help to calm or revitalize the nervous system.
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