Transpersonal Therapy

Transpersonal therapy is a therapeutic treatment orientation that takes a holistic approach. Instead of focusing only on the mind, transpersonal therapy takes the physical, emotional, intellectual, creative and social needs of the individual into account. In transpersonal therapy, the emphasis is on the health of the spirit. The theory behind transpersonal therapy is that all people consist of parts that are intangible and beyond our known existence (or spiritual). Working to heal these spiritual aspects is necessary in order to achieve whole wellbeing. Think this approach might be right for you? Reach out to one of TherapyDen’s transpersonal therapy experts today.

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Exploring the positives. Connecting with nature. Listening to dreams. Transpersonal therapy is an exploration of you and your environment and how you affect each other. Profound healing happens when we dive into our subconscious, allowing it to show us where we are blocked. Bring into awareness what was once unknown.

— Margaret Bell, Counselor in Denver, CO

A transpersonal therapist sees everyone and everything as connected. On a personal level, I wonder if we are all just different aspects of one larger being. From this perspective, non-local interaction is an everyday occurrence, whether we're aware of it or not. I use my tantric healer training to help guide you to healing relationships with those you love and with those who've hurt you, whether they are alive or have passed.

— Erika Laurentz, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Olympia, WA
 

Transpersonal Therapy takes a spiritual and healing approach to self growth and understanding one-self. All people need to be connected to the soul. This is different than religion.

— Michelle North, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Encinitas, CA
 

Comprehensive approach to treatment involving physical, intellectual, emotional, social, spiritual, vocational, and environmental factors

— Landon Coleman, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in New York, NY

Many clients may be looking for a different type of self-exploration and growth. By integrating spiritual, psychological, and existential dimensions, transpersonal therapy goes beyond the individual psyche to explore the interconnectedness of self and the cosmos. I utilize the lens of astrology to help clients gain insight into their unique cosmic blueprint by examining archetypes and symbolism to provide pathways to profound personal insights and alignment with one's authentic path.

— Joshua Bogart, Professional Counselor Associate in Beaverton, OR
 

Dr. Inez utilizes Jungian archetypes and psychedelics to evoke a sense of ritual and ceremony in her work.

— Janine Inez, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in New York, NY

Let's explore that which you perceive beyond your 5 senses. What do you believe is greater than you? How is that a resource for you in your life? What is your relationship to your intuition? I am here to provide support around your exploration of the transpersonal, through conversation and, if you would find it helpful, through what I call "intuitive arts" modalities such as ritual, altar making, divination cards, guided visualization, movement meditation, automatic drawing, and more.

— Ellie Lotan, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Berkeley, CA
 

Exploration of non-ordinary states of consciousness and use of mindfulness practices can be an effective way step outside of the ego and gain a wider perspective on one's problems.

— Jeffrey Kishner, Mental Health Counselor in , NY

Transpersonal psychology is the psychology of transformation. One that is integrative/holistic, and beyond ego. Transpersonal psychology incorporates traditional forms of psychology and then adds another lens that helps me and you see beyond what is right in front of us.

— Rachael Rosenberg, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Los altos, CA
 

Exploration of non-ordinary states of consciousness and use of mindfulness practices can be an effective way step outside of the ego and gain a wider perspective on one's problems.

— Jeffrey Kishner, Mental Health Counselor in , NY