Come into contact with your true, authentic self. 

Gestalt therapy helps people deal with the inner struggles that hold them back from reaching their full potential. As a therapist, I assist clients in understanding these obstacles and where they come from. Together, we tackle unresolved issues, which we call 'unfinished business.'

In addition to gaining self-awareness, clients can expect to tap into their inner strengths, broaden their emotional spectrum, and unleash their creativity. They also learn to embrace parts of themselves they may have neglected.

Gestalt therapy is all about experience. It focuses on the connection between therapist and client, highlighting the link between mind and body. We address issues as they arise in the present moment. Through various techniques, we aim to alleviate distress, find innovative ways to tackle life's challenges, and promote a sense of wholeness and harmony within oneself.

Overcome  Depression, Anxiety and Unwanted Behaviours. 

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a focused and time-limited type of therapy that deals with the here and now. In CBT, the therapist and client team up to pinpoint and tackle the client's unhelpful thoughts and beliefs. They work together to challenge and change these patterns.

CBT teaches clients about how their thoughts, feelings, and actions are connected. Research shows that CBT is effective for various issues like anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and personality disorders.

During CBT sessions, the therapist helps clients recognize and challenge negative thought patterns. They also explore how these thoughts affect behavior and emotions. Together, they develop alternative, more positive thoughts that lead to healthier behaviors and feelings.

Change  strong, rigid thinking patterns. 

Combining Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) with Clinical Hypnosis creates a powerful treatment approach. Research indicates that Clinical Hypnosis can complement CBT and effectively address trauma (Hammond, 1994; Lynn et al., 

Hypnosis works by accessing the subconscious mind, as individuals enter a relaxed state where their conscious mind is less critical, making them more receptive to suggestions. This heightened suggestibility allows for therapeutic interventions, behavioral changes, and cognitive restructuring. 

Moreover, studies suggest that hypnosis is beneficial for anxiety, depression, and various fears.  Clients dealing with psychological issues, habit changes, or performance enhancement may find significant benefits from hypnosis. It acts as a bridge between cognitive and behavioral therapies, enhancing the overall treatment process.

It's worth mentioning that for treating depression, anxiety, and fears, a gentle hypnotic trance is usually all that's needed. Many people naturally experience light trance states during daily activities like driving or watching a movie.

Release traumatic memories and recover from post-traumatic stress. 

EMDR is a proven therapy for overcoming trauma. It works by using bilateral stimulation, which means stimulating both sides of the brain alternately. This helps to release traumatic memories from the brain in a manageable way.

Traumatic memories often get stuck in the brain, triggering the "fight, flight, or freeze" response. EMDR helps to unlock and process these memories, turning them into less distressing ones.

EMDR is backed by evidence and is widely used to treat PTSD. It's also effective for issues like anxiety, phobias, depression, and addictions that stem from

Heal attachment wounds and regulate distressful 

Clients who have endured childhood traumas that affect their sense of safety and ability to form close relationships as adults require adjustments to the standard EMDR protocol. These traumas may involve physical and sexual abuse, early losses, neglect, birth or medical trauma, parental substance abuse, and caregiver neglect. 

Children with traumatized parents can also internalize their parents' pain, distress, and dysfunctional beliefs. Moreover, children who develop a "false self" to suppress emotions or adapt to their caregivers' needs for attachment can benefit from Attachment-Focused EMDR (AF-EMDR).

AF-EMDR focuses on healing attachment wounds and developmental deficits by embedding attachment-based emotions in the brain's neural networks. As the healing progresses, clients gain the ability to regulate distressing emotions, address attachment wounds, and form deeper connections.

Overcome Addictive Behaviour and Compulsions 

Introducing a new short-term therapy called FSAP, designed to address both behavioral and substance addictions by breaking the link between feelings and behaviors. This connection is often the root cause of addictions. 

By pinpointing the specific feeling-behavior fixation, FSAP utilizes a modified version of the EMDR protocol to process and dissolve it. Once this fixation is dismantled, cravings and urges diminish, and there's no need for ongoing behavior management. In fact, individuals regain the ability to engage in behaviors appropriately.

Teaching the Brain To Self-Regulate 

Clinical Neurofeedback refers to the combination of Psychotherapy and Neurofeedback.

Both interventions aim to help clients understand their mind and their brain. Neurofeedback is an intervention that uses the brain’s capacity to change in order to regulate the brain's electrical activity. It is a direct way to train the brain to improve its function and to regulate symptoms. Psychotherapy helps the client process and assimilate information, thereby becoming complementary to Neurofeedback.

During a regular Neurofeedback session, three or more electrodes are placed on the scalp in specific areas of the brain, where one is actively training and others are placed to act as references and poles. A state-of-the-art electronic equipment allows clinicians to amplify frequencies in a computer interface setting, helping clients to receive instant feedback of the brain wave frequencies. Through the process of operant conditioning, clients will learn to retrain their brain to achieve more of the desires brain waves in specific areas and reduce them in others.

Rapidly heal emotional distress and heal attachment patterns. 

Emotional Transformation Therapy (ETT) is a unique therapeutic approach that harnesses the power of light, colour wavelengths, brainwave entrainment, and eye movements to swiftly shift emotional distress and associated physical discomfort towards a more positive state.

In ETT, targeted neural impulses are synchronized with specific eye movements and stimulation to address these uncomfortable emotional and physical sensations in corresponding brain regions. Using specialized light and colour devices, the method stimulates the brain and nervous system to reshape neural impulses.

During therapy, the therapist observes the individual's emotional responses and guides them through verbal cues aimed at facilitating rapid emotional and behavioral changes. Recent advancements in light therapy have revealed the efficacy of certain wavelengths in transforming emotional states when administered appropriately.

Releasing pain and fear from the body. 

Image Transformation Therapy (ImTT) represents a revolutionary approach to addressing trauma, depression, anxiety, OCD, phobias, and relationship challenges. This gentle therapy offers relief from the burden of pain, fear, guilt, and shame associated with trauma and other difficult experiences, all without the need to fully immerse oneself in the intense feelings.

Grounded in a visualization and breathing protocol, ImTT facilitates the release of distressing emotions directly from the body while neutralizing disturbing images and memories. Clients who have undergone ImTT often report profound transformations in their lives, highlighting its effectiveness in fostering healing and growth.