Mental Health Professionals


Life Between Lives

Knowing The Unknown

We all have the fear of death, don’t we? We are afraid of the pain, the unfamiliarity and the uncertainty. Many of us spend days, months or even years, trying to get our fear of death under control. Just how helpful would it be to know the secrets of death? Well, lucky for us, someone known as Dr Michael Newton found a way that can let us access the truth about life and death. This practice is known as life between lives (LBL) therapy and it is done by hypnotherapists.

The purpose of this practice is to open up your mind to your past life and memories in order to gain a better view of yourself and life in general. During the sessions with the hypnotherapist, your mind will be taken to a point in your childhood and then you are encouraged to travel even further in time. You are led through the times before your birth as you laid in the womb, before your conception and through the spiritual realm where you exist as a soul without a body.

The clients who have opted for this therapy describe this stage as the place where souls meet and connect. The client’s consciousness sometimes is made to travel back even further till they reach the threshold of their past life. The testimony given by most of our clients is that they encounter their past death scene. It can be tough for some of the clients to witness themselves in a situation like that but in that moment death reveals all it’s secrets to the person in the trance and it is not an unknown scary entity anymore. After their death the soul or consciousness travels to the higher spiritual realm carrying the experiences and knowledge from that life.

Life between life therapy is known for providing all the answers that you need about yourself. People who have experienced it often describe it as liberating and life changing. The individuals who lack direction and identity in life can profit immensely from this practice. Life between lives therapy also facilitates a deeper inner healing that not many treatments are able to provide. With the help of LBL, you purge yourself of all your negative emotions and fears as you learn the deeper meaning of life.

Art Therapy

Mindful Artistic Output

The best thing about art therapy is that it can be used to help anyone. Even if you have no interest in art or if you think you are the worst at it, it can still help you. The term art therapy is pretty self-explanatory. It is where we employ different forms of artistic expression to reveal hidden things about a client.

Art therapy can encompass drawing, sculpting, painting, colouring etc. This mode of therapy is particularly useful for children and people who are unable to effectively communicate with words. Art is in our blood. From the time of early men, we have been using art as a way of communicating information. Art has the power to bring the truth of being to the light. This property of art is utilized to facilitate healing and self-exploration in our clients.

Even if a person refuses to communicate about their fears, hardships and problems if you give an alternative method for them to express themselves, the results would probably surprise us. With the help of art, the person is allowed to explore themselves through their own creative process. We can examine their life problems, emotional issues and behaviours according to their artistic outputs. The making of the piece of art completely depends on the person’s mind and therefore it reveals a big part of their thinking process and personality. Whatever they are going through will be reflected in that piece of art. It will take a trained art therapist to analyse the piece and come to a well informed conclusion about the client’s mental health problems.

Children having academic problems, behavioural problems,social problems and trouble expressing themselves will benefit greatly with the use of art therapy. If the child has previously gone through a traumatic event, the same would be seen in their art. Art therapy is also a great way for adults to explore their own identity and improve their self awareness. It helps manage the symptoms of mental health issues like depression, anxiety, learning disorders, stress, post-traumatic stress disorder, phobias, dementia and even helps with resolving relationship issues.

Past Life Regression

Looking Back Further

When the concept of past life regression is brought up during a discussion, it is more than likely to encounter negative and skeptical opinions about it. This is understandable as many people in the modern world are disbelieving of things like souls and past lives. For this precise reason past life regression is often controversial. But we believe (from experience) that this practice is true and incredibly helpful.

Past life regression as the name suggests, is the process by which a trained professional uses the method of hypnosis to take the consciousness of the client to another dimension or time in which they existed previously. It is based on the concept that the past, the present and the future exists simultaneously. The regressionist will guide the client towards a time in their past that has become the reason for many of the problems the client might be experiencing. There are a number of cases in the mental health field in which the clients never got any relief to their emotional or physical problems even after trying all sorts of medication and treatment. Cases like these can been solved by the use of past life regression.

If you have had a traumatic incident in this life that continues to follow you into the future, we can diagnose it and treat it like usual. But what if the incident happened in your past life but still refuses to let you go and move on? These problems are not only emotional or psychological, the deep issues that we never dealt with in our past can manifest as physical pain or disease.

Past life regression has done wonders for those individuals who were not to able to receive appropriate care form any other branch of medicine or psychology. During the session, your mind is relaxed until time itself becomes meaningless and you truly begin to look into yourself.


Talking Treatment

Communication is a huge part of our life and well being. It makes us feel that our voice is being heard and gives us a sense of being visible. It makes us feel alive and connected. A lot of our emotional problems stem from our inability to communicate or the lack of opportunity to communicate. Good news doesn’t feel good when you have no one to share it with and bad news feels worse when there is no one to listen to you.

In this busy world we often forget how to open up and pay the price for it later. This is why the existence of talk therapy, also known as psychotherapy is such a blessing. The American Psychiatric Association describes psychotherapy as a way to help people with a broad variety of mental illnesses and emotional difficulties. Psychotherapy can help eliminate or control troubling symptoms so a person can function better and can increase well-being and healing.

Talk therapy, sometimes simply called therapy, involves a client and a mental health professional communicating with each other. The client is given an opportunity to completely unburden themselves of everything that is affecting them negatively. The issues are addressed before the psychotherapist starts to dig deeper into their experience, problems and history to get a better understanding about their client.

The treatment continues as the therapist attempts to give the client the tools to cope with their difficulties and heal from their emotional wounds. The sessions could be short term (two or three weeks) or long term (months or years) according to the improvement of the client and the complexity of their issues. Psychotherapy happens to be the preferred method of treatment for most people who are reluctant to be on medications.

Psychotherapy is used to treat a number of mental health issues including insomnia, depression, anxiety, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, antisocial personality disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, postpartum depression, self harm, suicidal tendencies and so on.

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