Project Description

Holistic Psychotherapy

Holistic Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy has evolved over that last several years to include a much more comprehensive or “whole health” approach to healing. All therapists within the Soul Health Center address the ten key branches of the human condition: physical, psychological, social, interpersonal, intellectual/occupational, environmental, financial, sexual, spiritual, and recreational aspects of health. While holistic psychotherapy generally describes an approach that includes each of these “branches” of health in overall treatment, integrative psychotherapy usually refers to specific forms of assessment and treatment that are integrated into the care to help a person fell more whole. For instance, Soul Health Center therapists all emphasize a holistic – or “whole health” approach to treatment, but certain therapists specialize is specific integrative treatments that are found to be beneficial in healing particular aspects of the human condition. Take for example, nutritional psychotherapy – educating clients about the benefit of eating certain foods for the treatment of anxiety or depression (psychological branch of health); this method of treatment offers just one method of integrative psychotherapy.

Soul Health Center therapists specialize in various integrative treatments

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Post-Traumatic Stress

  • Stress

  • Career change

  • Conflict resolution

  • Relationship concerns

  • Grief

  • Abuse

  • Body-Image issues

  • Problems with eating

  • Weight management

  • Health behavior change

  • Women’s issues

  • Spiritual concerns

  • Adjustment to medical illness

Family Therapy

Different from individual therapy, family therapy looks at the issues as patterns occurring within the family unit and not necessarily residing in one specific person. The purpose is to help reduce stress and conflict within the family by improving communication and interactions between the family members, so they function better as a family unit.

Some benefits of family therapy include:

  • Enhance communication skills

  • Improve problem solving skills

  • Resolve specific issues or conflicts

  • Increase understanding of family members strengths and weaknesses

  • Prepare the family for a big life change or transition

  • Deeper empathy for others

Play Therapy

Play in therapy is typically done with age 3-12 year old’s but is also used with teens as well as adults. Children express their thoughts and feelings best through play. Many children do not have the cognitive or verbal skills to engage in traditional talk therapy. Through play, which may include toys, games, art, or sand; a child can express thoughts and feelings in a variety of ways to help them cognitively process through their internal or external conflicts going on in their own lives.

Some benefits of play therapy include:

  • Learn to experience and express emotions

  • Develop interpersonal and social skills

  • Become more responsible for their behaviors

  • Develop new and creative solutions to problems

  • Cultivate empathy and respect for other’s thoughts and feelings

“To know your soul is to know true health. Only then can you reach radiant living.”

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