Integral Psychotherapy is a blended approach to healing that combines the following three elements:
Client Centered Psychotherapy is a form of talk-therapy where the therapist is "being with" the client and their life journey through listening, seeing and sensing. It is the pursuit of understanding the client fully, which leads the client into deeper work.
Bioenergetic Psychotherapy brings the body into the therapeutic process. It is based on the premise that each of us needed certain things as a child that we did not receive.
To cope with these hurts and predicaments of our life experience, we developed physical blocks which obstructed the natural flow of feeling in our bodies. Our beliefs and the ways in which we see the world became distorted through this lens.
Bioenergetic Psychotherapy works with the physical body to gently release these blocks, bringing awareness and resolution to unexpressed emotions. This allows the experience of natural joy and pleasure of living to emerge.
Energy Healing recognizes that there are "imprints" at the root of every aspect in a person's life that condition their way of living and of influencing their environment. Therapists use energy, which surrounds the physical body and permeates its tissues and organs as a means of erasing undesirable imprints and promoting the creation of new, more fulfilling ones.
At birth we are in our most alive, fluid state. As we age, life's experiences, both good and bad, get stored in our bodies. Unresolved emotional conflicts result in chronic muscular tensions. Rigidity and chronic tension diminishes our aliveness and decreases our energy.