Contemplative

Contemplative therapy combines traditional Western therapeutic practices with the principles and philosophies of Buddhism. Contemplative therapy seeks to help individuals work through problematic issues and identify ways to make positive changes, while also encouraging acceptance. Like other types of mindfulness-based therapy, contemplative therapy is designed to help a client’s attention focus on the present moment and achieve clarity. A therapist practicing contemplative therapy will take a warm and compassionate approach, inspiring the client to use their natural wisdom.

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Contemplative therapy integrates Eastern philosophies and practice with modern Western psychology. It is rooted in the belief that all people are granted the internal wisdom and spirit necessary to heal from pain. People seeking therapy to increase self-awareness, improve overall health, and promote a general sense of well-being may find contemplative therapy to be beneficial.

Contemplative Psychotherapy is a Buddhist oriented approach that requires the therapist (Me) to engage in their own meditation and psychotherapy to remain clear and compassionate. I can then create a healing space for us to look at the different pieces of your life in a mindfully compassionate way.

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