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The word trauma in Greek refers to a wound to the body, a cut, a laceration. Patients with trauma often suffer from devastating life experiences. Unresolved trauma affects families, and it is often passed onto children. Psychotherapy offers an opportunity to resolve and mend wounded lives. In the safety of a therapeutic relationship, the patient develops internal resources to repair the damage inflected by traumatic events.
Everybody in the world has experience different levels of anxiety. The real problem occurs when you don’t have the resources to deal with high levels of anxiety over a prolonged period of time. Psychotherapy gives an opportunity to understand your own meaning of anxiety and take the right steps to develop internal resources to help you cope with anxiety and get back more freedom and choice in your life.
Psychotherapy for depression investigates a range of emotions including sadness, anger, distress, loss of desire, etc. Depressive symptoms serve as a valuable signal that something is amiss in your live. Psychotherapy helps address the causes of depressive symptoms, along with focusing on developing internal resources to be able to cope with depressive state. Somatic therapy uses the wisdom of the body to help you regain your own natural life force.
In couples psychotherapy, the patient is the couple. Although, the couple is composed of two individuals, the couple’s dynamics are at the center of the work in treatment. Couples therapy is designed to help each individual in the couple become a more effective partner by learning how to resolve conflict, explore ways to fight fairly, and identify broken communication patterns.
Psychodynamic and psychoanalytic psychotherapy is a form of in-depth, intensive talk therapy that aims to bring unconscious patters or deeply buried thoughts and feelings to your awareness. By gaining a greater understanding of your underlying motivations and fears, you may be able to address conflicts and issues that may be causing suffering.
Trauma therapy can help you understand the emotional response cause by a traumatic event. Psychotherapy offers an opportunity to resolve and mend wounded lives. In the safety of a therapeutic relationship, the patient develops internal resources to repair the damage inflected by traumatic events.