When life turns upside down, transpersonal psychotherapy can help to identify those changes needed to establish a new way of life. Its approach is very supportive and nurturing until a new way of life is established. The process uses words and listening of course, but I also use creative imagery, visualisations, simple drawing, creative journals and dream-work to help people listen to the voice of the heart as well as the head.
Transpersonal psychotherapy is simple and safe. It’s capable of making profound changes, helping people to find a way to the heart of the issue in the shortest possible time, and dealing with crisis effectively.
Inevitably death is part of life, yet when someone we love dies, whatever the circumstances, we can feel broken-hearted. It can be hard to make sense of what has happened or how to live with it in the future.
Psychotherapy can help manage these feelings and to regain a sense of optimism and purpose.
Making choices + changes in life when life gets stuck
We may sense that a change of direction in life is needed. Perhaps a relationship has gone stale, or broken down. Perhaps you’ve has become aware of a negative repeating pattern that you would like to change. Perhaps life feels stuck and stale… or there might be a difficult choice to be made.
A few sessions of transpersonal psychotherapy might be very helpful to see a broader picture, and identify a new way forward.
Sometimes you want to discuss a significant dream; or explore questions about your purpose and meaning in life. There doesn’t need to be a fixed agenda or starting point for this sort of exploration and the sessions can be open-ended for as long as they are useful.
These sessions can add to the quality of life, and can increase creativity, enthusiasm and a curiosity about life.