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NYC Mindfulness Therapy
Holistic psychotherapy views each person as a whole being, allowing the space and opportunity to gain awareness of the connections between your emotions, thoughts, physical experiences, and spiritual understandings. As a holistic psychotherapist in NYC, I can help individuals realize how each of these components work together in harmony to support your daily routines and goals. This deeper understanding of the whole self often results in greater self-awareness, self-esteem, and self-acceptance.
Holistic therapy does not work to eliminate symptoms. Instead, this therapy method views symptoms as one way a person’s consciousness can bring attention to a person’s higher awareness.
My focus is to help individuals heal, energize, and become aware of their inner strengths. We achieve this by providing a neutral safe space, listening to your concerns, and customizing a treatment plan.
Mental well-being can be improved and enhanced by an array of natural, holistic modalities that range from meditation to art therapy. The holistic model supports the idea that the body chemistry, spirituality, diet, nutrition and other factor in a number of ways. Our therapist demonstrate a willingness to explore methods outside the box of traditional talk therapy by asking the right question to help identify the best coarse of treatment.
We work together to serve all of your mental health needs in all stages of life. Our therapist believe in providing comprehensive services to our clients in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. We also believe in educating our clients as we work with them to achieve the best emotional state possible. As we become more aware of our thoughts, feelings, actions, perceptions, and experiences, we tend to have greater acceptance, choice, and freedom in life – all of which contribute to a potent sense of well-being. An analogy of how this works: Ideally, we want a varied menu at a restaurant because it gives us more choices. Similarly, if we have a longer internal menu of perceptions, experiences, and the like, we end up with greater choices in life.