The work is energetic, motivating, and empowering. By applying a CBT based approach, each session may be different depending on your needs. I make use of a variety of different modalities (see below) and may use them in isolation or in combination. Regardless of what modality is used, you always are in control and provide the energy for each session. Homework is being given as a continuation of the session and will be reviewed in the beginning of the next session.
I integrate all aspects of life to achieve overall wellness on a physical, emotional, spiritual, mental, and other levels. I work on the principle of bio - psycho - social whereas below I listed them based on the concept of the Triad of Health.
an individual's anatomy (structure)
their psyche (psychological, mental, emotional)
and their physiological (nutritional, bio-chemical) elements
Our body talks to us constantly and by learning to listen to the signs and symptoms of our body, we become more aware of what our body has to tell us. Once we become aware of our internal communication, we can focus on change and prevention of dis-ease.
Using various Energy Healing & Energy Psychology
I combine different modalities depending on the individual's needs. Click on the links below to learn more about each modality:
Our current thinking is based on the Illness Model; we focus on problems that need to be "fixed". Each area in Western Medicine focuses on its own specialty, whether that is physiological (e.g. internal medicine, oncology), psychological (e.g. psychiatry, psychology, therapy), structural (e.g. orthopedic practice, physical therapy), or bio-chemical (e.g. nutrition). Its starting point is to "fix" that one area that is broken, which often results in seeing multiple doctors.
And old Native American saying is that if "one part of the web is damaged, all other parts are affected." Meaning, if there is a problem in one part of your life, energy may be misdirected or blocked. Therefore, we need to shift our mindset and include all areas of life in order to be well. The Wellness Model acknowledges the body's natural expression of symptoms that something is out of balance. The focus then is in the approach to increase wellness rather than focusing on a lack of wellness aka fixing one area.