The times in which we live can sometimes be really challenging we may feel overwhelmed by life, feeling down or stuck in repeating patterns of negative behaviour. If emotions are ruling your life or you feel that something is
not quite right: It may be time to consider the benefits of Emotional Therapy.
Emotional turmoil can be brought on by a current crisis, persistent long term problems, depression, anxiety,
difficulty in relationships or other emotional problems. For our own protection we often bury or deny what it is
we are feeling, these suppressed emotions then form the blocks or filters through which we live our lives and limit our true potential.
 Unlike conventional counselling which uses the mind to analyse the symptoms, Emotional Therapy looks at the
connection between past and present feelings, past events and current behaviour. Emotional Therapy holds the premise that the mind is of equal importance to the spirit and body and by using a variety of skills and techniques
it’s aim is promote healing, increase personal growth and help you to move forward with a greater sense of self.
Making the connections between past and present feelings, exploring, validating and respecting this part of you releases the control they have over you and brings about a sense of
liberation and personal strength.
The times in which we live can sometimes be really challenging we may feel overwhelmed by life, feeling down or stuck in repeating patterns of negative behaviour. If emotions are ruling you life or you feel that something is
not quite right: It may be worth considering the benefits of Emotional Therapy.
Emotional turmoil can be brought on by a current crisis, persistent long term problems, depression, anxiety,
difficulty in relationships or other emotional problems. For our own protection we often bury or deny what it is
we are feeling, these suppressed emotions then form the blocks or filters through which we live our lives and these ultimately limit our true potential.Unlike conventional counselling which uses the mind to analyse the symptoms, Emotional Therapy looks at the connection between past and present feelings. It holds the premise that the spirit is of equal importance to the mind and body and by using a variety of skills and techniques it’s aim is to promote healing, increase personal growth resulting in empowerment and a greater sense of self.

 

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