Existential-Integrative Psychotherapy is a holistic, depth oriented, transpersonal, body oriented, existential approach to therapy. I use a combination of these and other methodologies depending on what is right for you in a given session.
Existential – aims to develop a sense of responsibility and meaning through choice, awareness and acceptance of individual decisions.
Holistic – focuses on the whole person, not only the mind but also the body and soul
Depth Oriented – explores the relationship between the unconscious and conscious in the hopes that by integrating the hidden parts of ourselves into our awareness we can alleviate suffering, both emotional and sometimes even physical.
Transpersonal – explores our relationship with things outside of ourselves including spirituality, mystical experiences and altered states of consciousness.
Body-Oriented – The body doesn’t lie, it is a resource for self discovery and healing. This type of therapy aims to find and release emotions and experiences have been stored in the body.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) – a problem focused, action oriented therapy that is useful for changing unhelpful thinking and behavior to solve current problems.
Expressive Arts Therapy – an arts-based approach to psychotherapy that engages and supports the client through a process of creative expression to help them reconnect with their inner resources
Existential-Integrative Psychotherapy will open up a new way of thinking about yourself and about life. It can help you change your life and make a difference in the world around you that is socially and spiritually satisfying.