Definition[ edit ] Lajoie and Shapiro  reviewed forty definitions of transpersonal psychology that had appeared in academic literature over the period from to They found that five key themes in particular featured prominently in these definitions: Based upon this study the authors proposed the following definition of transpersonal psychology: Transpersonal Psychology is concerned with the study of humanity's highest potential, and with the recognition, understanding, and realization of unitive, spiritual, and transcendent states of consciousness.
Diana Fosha, AEDP has roots in attachment theory, affective neuroscience, body-focused approaches, and transformational studies. AEDP practitioners strive to foster the emergence of new and healing experiences through the in-depth processing of difficult emotional and relational experiences.
It is an empirically based psychological intervention.
It uses a combination of mindfulness and commitment based counseling techniques coupled with behavior changes. Addiction is a recognized disease that affects the brain and its neurochemistry. The cycle of addiction is created by changes in brain chemistry and perpetuated by physiological, psychological, and emotional dependency.
Addiction and recovery counseling focuses on interrupting the destructive cycle of seeking, using, recovering, and seeking again. In short interrupting the addiction cycle, and replacing it with healthy habits. Adlerian Psychology A variation of psychoanalysis that focuses on physical security, sexual satisfaction, and social connectedness.
Animal Assisted Therapy A type of counseling that involves animals, typically pets, as a part of the counseling. The power of the relationship between animals and people is undeniable.
Art Therapy Art therapy, sometimes called creative arts therapy or expressive arts therapy, encourages people to express and understand emotions through artistic expression and through the creative process.
Art therapy provides the client-artist with critical insight into emotions, thoughts, and feelings. Usually this approach is best for people who have experienced a significant emotional trauma resulting in an impairment in their ability to experience emotions in a healthy way.
Attachment-based psychotherapy provides a framework that both allows desire and conflict to come forward and maintain a sense of emotional safety and stability as these traumatic emotions are processed in the therapeutic setting.
Finally, through discussion of the relevant passages, coupled with guidance from the therapist, the client realizes the solution suggested in the text as it relates to the reader's own experience. Bilingual Counseling Counseling provided by a therapist fluent in two or more languages.
Bio Feedback Biofeedback, or applied psychophysiological feedback, is a patient-guided treatment that teaches an individual to control muscle tension, pain, body temperature, brain waves, and other bodily functions and processes through relaxation, visualization, and other cognitive control techniques.
Biofeedback has been used to successfully treat a number of disorders and their symptoms, including temporomandibular joint disorder TMJchronic pain, irritable bowel syndrome IBSRaynaud's syndrome, epilepsy, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHDmigraine headaches, anxiety, depression, traumatic brain injury, and sleep related issues.
Bioenergetic Analysis Bioenergetic Analysis is an experimental form of psychotherapy, based on the work of Alexander Lowen. The focus of Bioenergetic Analysis is to release chronic muscular tensions, manage emotions, while expanding your capacity for intimacy, and exploring new and more fulfilling ways of relating to others.
There is a particular focus on the confluence of tenderness, aggression, and assertion as they relate to sexuality. The therapeutic relationship provides a place of emotional safety within which healing process can begin. Bioenergetic Therapy Bioenergetics is a form of psychodynamic psychotherapy that combines work with the body and mind to help people resolve their emotional problems and realize more of their potential for pleasure and joy in living.GUIDED IMAGERY: A Psychosynthesis Approach History and Manual for Practitioners by Martha Crampton, Ph.D First published in by the Quebec Center for Psychosynthesis Inc., Marlowe Avenue, Montreal The first psychotherapeutic approach based primarily on the use of mental imagery techniques, according to the authors of the most.
the use of mental imagery in psychosynthesis – The Synthesis Center is fundamentally an open system and a point of view, onirotherapy and other approaches that use mental imagery as the crux of the nbsp; The Use of Mental Imagery in Psychosynthesis – SAGE Journals as the crux of the therapy.
Because psychosynthesis is fundamentally an open system and a point of view, rather than a dogma or doctrine, fixed rules about the use of mental imagery in its practice do not exist.
By definition, psychosynthesis is a process that occurs around the unifying center or self of an individual; the. The Use of Mental Imagery in Psychosynthesis Martha Crampton Sir George Williams University Montreal. Journal of Humanistic Psychology.
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Directions Counseling Group was founded in and most of the therapists have been sharing space here for 5 – 15 years. We are pleased to have our clients benefit from a comfortable environment while receiving exceptional professional counseling services.
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