Our Approach to Change is Holistic
Western medicine has provided
us with longer lives and eased our aches and pains. However, we
believe that medications are too quickly
prescribed for emotional and psychological issues. Mood altering
medications often mask the symptoms, leaving the underlying unconscious
issues festering forever. We seek to avoid the use
of mood changing prescription medications whenever possible.
We draw from a multitude of
disciplines in providing healing for our clients.
We do NOT primarily use the medical model of disease which is popular
today in much therapy. We prefer to concentrate on a client's
strengths and to use these strengths, including their Christian Faith, to help them live in more creative and
We believe that acupuncturists, chiropractors,
nutritionists, herbalists, and persons skilled in teaching us proper
exercise can all help us to live healthier lives,
We provide therapy
methods of therapy and recently discovered techniques including NLP, EFT and EMDR.
The majority of our clients
are successful in their careers and relationships. We help them to become
even more successful through the therapy process.
We believe that many
diseases have their origins in the mind. By changing our thinking we
can improve not only our emotional health but also our physical health.
What is NLP?
Neuro Linguistic Programming is a science
dedicated to understanding the conscious and unconscious programming we all
have. Once we are clear about how a person is programmed, then we
assist them to change that programming to achieve the changes they desire.
What is EFT?
Emotional Freedom Techniques are used to
reduce the pain caused by past events. It is often called "tapping". It is especially useful in
quickly reducing the pain from childhood and adult abuse. It is
similar to acupuncture without any needles. You are taught to find
certain pressure points on your face and arms and how to tap these with your
forefingers. The results are absolutely astonishing when applies to
Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome, phobias, and habitual smoking.