Articles: holistic psychotherapy

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  1. Back to Reality

    by Beata Bishop

    Beata Bishop draws on her experiences as a psychotherapist, and highlights the fact that an increasingly common factor behind client's anxieties and problems is a sense of isolatio...

  2. Being Listened To

    by Dorothy Rowe

    Dr Dorothy Rowe looks at how the elderly and mentally ill are looked upon by would-be helpers and family members. She writes of her own experience of growing old. Although she feel...

  3. Belief and Our Coping Skills

    by Bill Bliss

    One of the results of the above is self-esteem issues which culminate in difficulty to cope. This commonly leads to trauma. We associate the word trauma with an accident, physical ...

  4. Beware - Dictators at Work

    by Beata Bishop

    Beata Bishop uncovers some of the hidden dictators of today – not recognizable tyrants such as Attila the Hun and Hitler, whose power was limited geographically, by the passing of ...

  5. Biosynthesis - A Body Psychotherapy

    by Yig Labworth

    Biosynthesis is a body-psychotherapy developed by David Boadella in the early 1970s. His approach grew out of many years experience with Reichian therapy.

  6. Build Your Own Bridge

    by Beata Bishop

    Beata Bishop uses two powerful examples to demonstrate how we all need to establish our autonomy and ensure that we march to our own drumbeat rather than being overwhelmed by the i...

  7. Can I Be Hypnotized?

    by Sally Stubbs

    “Can I be hypnotized?” is a question which I’ve been asked countless times over the past 30 years. The question is often followed with: “I can’t be hypnotized, I’ve tried it….”

  8. Communication Styles

    by Sheldon Litt, Ph.D.

    Working as a psychotherapist brings one into contact with various styles of speech patterns. Many of these are habitual ways of disturbed communicating.

  9. Deep Wounds, Small Plasters

    by Beata Bishop

    The focus of the article is the prevalence of ‘symptomatic treatment’ instead of an attempt to identify the root causes of our problems, and do something about them. This attitude ...

  10. Dynamic Healing - Working at the Interface of Subtle Energy Healing and Psychotherapy

    by Delcia McNeil

    In this article the author focuses on hands-on energy healing and psychotherapy, specifically Dynamic Healing, a method she developed for working with individual clients as well as...

  11. Energy Psychology in Psychotherapy: Molecular Healing

    by Russell Henderson

    In this article the author says research into the bio-energy arena is seeing that the human species could be regarded as "liquid crystal under tension, capable of vibrating at diff...

  12. Extreme Ideas

    by Dorothy Rowe

    This article looks into extreme beliefs, which the author says allows no exceptions, no matter what the circumstances. They never reflect reality and always lead to suffering. Our ...

  13. Faith - Does it Work?

    by Beata Bishop

    Beata Bishop investigates the role of faith in self-healing. Though we live in an age of 'miracle' drugs, researchers into Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) have found that positive thin...

  14. Frederick: A Sort of Love Story

    by Sheldon Litt, Ph.D.

    Today I turn to a poignant and complicated issue: my friend Frederick and his 'lovesickness'. He suffers from one of the most painful forms of love distress – unrequited love. Osca...

  15. Freedom From Self-Sabotage: Fulfilling Your Potential

    by Kay Zega

    This inspiring article discusses self-sabotage: the forms it takes, its sources in our past experiences and how it is maintained through limiting beliefs and self-critical self-tal...

  16. Fritz Perls and Gestalt Therapy

    by Sheldon Litt, Ph.D.

    Gestalt therapy was originated about fifty years ago by Frederick 'Fritz' Perls (1893-1970) in collaboration with Paul Goodman.

  17. From Trance to Truth

    by Beata Bishop

    Beata Bishop is a psychotherapist who has to treat many patients who are suffering from wakeup calls in the form of unexpected redundancy, relationship break-ups, serious illnesses...

  18. Fuelled by Passion

    by Beata Bishop

    This feature addresses the issue of our lack of energy which can lead to a lack of action, lethargy and general disinterest. The author talks about some of the great talents of thi...

  19. Gestalt Therapy and Humanistic Psychology

    by Sheldon Litt, Ph.D.

    Psychology is a discordant discipline. The beginning of the 1900s saw the rise of behaviourism in the laboratory, and the ascendancy of psychoanalysis in the treatment room. Arou...

  20. Half Full or Half Empty?

    by Beata Bishop

    The author looks into the psyche of people, and how they create the world they live in. Having worked with a variety of clients over the years, she says she has noticed how some of...

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