What is Psychotherapy?
- Psychotherapy is good research into the realities of life in general and into the realities of the client’s life in particular.
- The research done in psychotherapy must be done in the context of an important, loving relationship.
- People are unique and complicated. Any psychotherapy that offers recipes oversimplifies and confuses rather than clarifies our understanding.
- Deep psychotherapy involves the therapist encouraging the individual to consider and eventually incorporate new ways of thinking.
- Deep psychotherapy is a slow process involving much repetition, but is the only way to achieve lasting change.
How will it help you?
Clients have reported a number of beneficial results as their belief systems have changed over time. These included the following:
- Better quality marriages with more compassion, clearer communication and greater cooperation.
- Better quality relations in general; for example, at work, with friends, with family.
- Heightened awareness of life in general, as well as greater self understanding and self love.
- A sense of being more justified about feelings, including anger, hurt and anxiety.
- Growing to have a compassionate and more realistic view of mankind.
- Being better able to take care of one’s own needs.