Psychotherapy/Biodynamic Psychotherapy

Biodynamic psychotherapy is a form of body psychotherapy that works on a person’s body/mind/spirit. It integrates a broad range of methods, addressing body and mind as one. It doesn’t work only with talking, but also with movements – both subtle and strong – and with many levels of ‘hands-on’ work, as well as with meditative and sensory awareness.

Psychotherapy/Biodynamic Psychotherapy can help you:

  • Deal with any mental health problems, anxiety and anxiety disorders (obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), phobias, panic disorder, etc.), post-traumatic stress disorder and mood disorders (depression or bipolar disorder).
  • Cope with daily stresses, relationship problems, loss & bereavement, and chronic illnesses.
  • Make better use of future opportunities and relationships.
  • Strengthen your mind, enabling you to use your full mental potential and bringing you contentment and inner happiness.

Biodynamic Massage Therapy (Women only)

A non-verbal, touch-based, holistic therapy. It is a branch of body psychotherapy. It is based on the belief that the ways in which we respond to events in our lives often leave residue stored in the body. When we experience conflict, anxieties or stress, these experiences can manifest as physical or mental symptoms. Biodynamic massage therapy can help you let go, restore balance, and reconnect in ways that are affirming.

Biodynamic Massage Therapy can offer you:

  • Help with anxiety and depression
  • Personal development and growth
  • Support through life’s events
  • Assistance with health conditions such as stress-related illnesses, psycho-physiological conditions, insomnia and chronic pain.
  • Support while recovering from a major illness.

To feel the cumulative effect, a minimum of 6 sessions are required.

EFT Couple Therapy

EFCT is a short-term structured approach, based on attachment science. It has been used successfully with many kinds of couples and it has proven to be useful in dealing with depression and anxiety resulting from trauma, medical illness and forgiveness dilemmas.

EFCT aims to:

  • Expand and re-organize key emotional responses and, in the process, address the organization of the self.
  • Create a positive shift in partners interactional positions and patterns.
  • Foster the creation of a secure bond between partners.