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What is Integrative Psychotherapy?
Integrative psychotherapy embraces the idea that a combination of a variety of therapeutic modalities best supports the needs of each unique individual. This approach strays from the mechanical "cookie cutter" method used when adhering exclusively to one particular theoretical framework. This allows for the natural process of exploration and understanding of the root cause of a problem and the opportunity to move forward and use practical strategies and techniques that will work for you.
Some of these modalities include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
- Interpersonal Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Mindfulness-Based Techniques
- Energy Psychology Methods
- Chakra Balancing
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"I am not what has
to me, I am what
I choose to become."
Mindfulness has been shown to not only decrease stress and create a sense of calm and well-being, but can help when combined with other therapeutic approaches such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. The ability to notice our own process enables us to make a choice to override and break free from our conditioned reactions that don’t serve us and move towards a more neutral response.
Tapping is a deceptively simple, yet powerful tool used to restore balance to the system, reduce stress and anxiety, treat trauma and so much more (see the scientific studies here). Known as "acupuncture for the emotions" (no needles!) tapping has shown to be effective when used with talk therapy and can aid in the release of limiting beliefs that create barriers to optimal emotional and psychological health.
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