What is “Transpersonal Psychotherapy”?
Transpersonal Psychotherapy is an integrative approach with a holistic and spiritual dimension, giving the therapist a variety of treatment methods, ranging from Psychodynamic Counselling over CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), TA (Transactional Analysis), Existential and Gestalt Therapy to Jungian and Transpersonal concepts.
It aims at balancing mind, body and soul, allowing you to live your life consciously and joyfully. A Life crisis is seen as an opportunity for break-through and self-actualisation.
Life is meaningful.
While I, as a Transpersonal Therapist, hold the spiritual dimension, there is no “preaching”. Your spiritual views and values – or indeed your absence of interest in the matter – will be fully respected by me.
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