Life Coaching And Family Counseling
Life coaching and family counseling are two distinct but related practices that aim to improve individuals’ and families’ well-being. Life coaching involves working with clients to help them achieve personal and professional goals, improve their confidence, and enhance their overall quality of life. Family counseling, on the other hand, is focused on helping families overcome challenges by addressing communication issues, managing conflicts, and improving relationships. Both practices use various techniques and strategies tailored to the specific needs of clients and families. They are often sought out during difficult times, such as major life transitions, relationship problems, or mental health issues. The ultimate goal of life coaching and family counseling is to empower individuals and families to reach their full potential and lead fulfilling lives. These practices have gained popularity in recent years due to their effectiveness in improving mental and emotional health, personal growth, and overall well-being.
-You will start to free yourself from negative beliefs and internal limitations, from destructive physical and emotional states.
-you will regain your inner strength, resources, and support.
-You will begin to listen to your body and intuition.
-You will acquire stability in conflict situations.
-You will learn to relax your body.
– You will learn to consider both your own interests and the interests of others, and your relationships with people will become much simpler, honest and pleasant.
Kids and Teens
We are here to help your child with any behavioral, emotional, or social difficulties they may be facing.
Very often, child’s problems are worsen by the family environment. The parents are fighting, holding grudges, being anxious, jealous, and they fill a lot of fears for the future instead of love, care and support.
The fact is, that the mother’s internal state is fully transmitted to the child, especially during the first seven years of his life. And the mother’s mood very depends of her husband support, behavior and attention.
When the family conflict gets resolved and the parents, especially the mom, start feeling calm and self confident, the child senses it and feel safe, calm down, many fears and worries fade away, and the body relaxes. when child start thriving, growing, and better connecting with others. It’s like he is naturally healed through love.
Art therapy is one of the most effective psychological method.
Art therapy may enhance neuropsychological functioning by promoting inter-regional brain communication through creative expression. This method requires no artistic skills and is an effective intervention with people of all ages. It is especially beneficial to children, as it is a natural process for children to be creative and express themselves through the expressive arts.
Art and play therapy may facilitate children’s communication skills. promoting emotional expression, personal growth, mental health and relaxation.
Our focus is to assist teens in their emotional development, enabling them to cultivate positive and constructive relationships with their family, friends and peers.
Our psychologists provide assistance to individuals dealing with various challenges such as depression, anxiety, grief, relationship difficulties, and trauma.
We provide assistance and support in different life circumstances and relieving chock trauma and negative states such as fears, depression, phobias, addictions, panic attacks, guilt, aggression, anxiety.
Sometimes we need to look deeper into our relationships. Effective communication and positive conflict resolution can decrease the risk of divorce for couples.
Psychological and mental restrictions, fears, negative experiences, traumas, or internal unreadiness of one of the partners to become a parent often contribute to infertility issues. Psychological support during the stage of planning a child is highly important.
Art therapy is a form of therapy that uses creative expression through visual art activities to help individuals cope with emotional issues and reduce distress.
Art therapy (Latin “ars” – art, Greek “therapeia” – treatment) is one of the independent branches of psychotherapy that utilizes artistic expression in the treatment of patients. Through the factor of artistic expression (the embodiment of unconscious feelings, needs, and thoughts in one’s creative work) and numerous projective techniques of this approach, the therapist can easily access all unconscious processes of the client (both individual and ancestral), identify the causes of their life problems, and discover resources and possibilities for achieving desired outcomes.
Art therapy techniques can be used for:
- Managing destructive emotions.
- Processing psychological traumas.
- Working with stress, anxiety, and phobias.
- Addressing losses and bereavement.
- Resolving conflicts (both internal and interpersonal).
- Dealing with crisis situations.
- Treating psychosomatic and neurotic disorders.
- Facilitating the development of personal wholeness, tapping into internal strengths, and finding resources.
- Working towards goal achievement.
Art therapy provides a diverse range of advantages, such as
- Improved cognitive abilities,
- better communication,
- emotional regulation,
- enhanced brain integration and neuroplasticity,
- stronger social skills,
- secure attachment development,
- identity formation,
- physical skill improvement,
- the cultivation of imagination,
- abstract thinking, creativity, and flexibility.
Family Constellations is a therapeutic method established by Bert Hellinger.
He describes the presence of specific love principles or “orders of love” within families.
The family constellations approach offers an alternative perspective for individuals seeking treatment, especially when traditional therapy has not been effective in addressing their issues. Therapists may use this approach to help clients view their concerns from a different angle and offer a unique treatment option.
In a state of hypnosis, a person can access resources that they may have long forgotten about. To activate these resources, the hypnotherapist induces the patient into a trance state.
After a hypnosis session, patients often feel refreshed and calm. Their psychological state becomes harmonized, and the level of stress decreases. The subconscious mind of the individual finds the best way to solve the problem. The necessary changes occur as if naturally, and the patient feels balanced, confident, and assured in their actions.
It is possible to change an internal state by influencing the body in a specific way. Muscular tensions can be released through carefully selected physical exercises. Body-oriented therapy sessions facilitate self-awareness and acceptance of personal needs and desires, promoting personal growth.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) was developed to help individuals process and heal from traumatic experiences.
EMDR aims to address the negative impact of traumatic memories by desensitizing the emotional and physiological distress associated with them. It involves a structured approach that incorporates bilateral stimulation, such as eye movements or other forms of sensory input, to facilitate the reprocessing of traumatic memories and promote adaptive resolution.
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