If you want to work on a specific theme that you always meet in your life, or if you have suffered a traumatic experience that is preventing to you enjoy life, then a therapeutic process can be supportive and healing.
Trauma may lead to symptoms that manifest shortly after the traumatic experience. However, sometimes it takes years for these symptoms to appear. In some cases you may not even remember the traumatic experience. Symptoms can be both psychological (including anxiety, depression, behavioral problems, difficulty concentrating, aggression) and physical (tiredness, headache, sore muscles and joints, sleeping problems, etc.).
The sessions are experience-focussed, with techniques from mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy being used, as well as body-oriented therapy (somatic experiencing) and non-dual therapy. With children, play is used as well.
Regardless of the symtoms, we can see that our system (our nervous system) has difficulty regulating when we feel out of balance. The first goal in therapy is therefore to get more regulation in our system. When we are more regulated, we come more easily in contact with our true nature and it is easier for us to know what we need.
We usually learned behavior and patterns at a time in our lives when it had a function. Later in life, this same behavior can lose its relevance or even get in the way.
During therapy sessions we investigate these patterns on a physical, cognitive, behavioral and emotional level. You become more aware of the function of behavior and patterns and this insight makes it possible to change things step by step.