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