Lifespan Integration Therapy
I'm a Certified Lifespan Integration therapist.
Lifespan Integration is my preferred therapeutic method in working with clients because it is the most effective tool I have encountered in my journey as both a therapist and a client thus far. It's a gentle, body-based therapy that facilitates mind-body healing through the use of an active imagination and a timeline of your personal memories. This therapy can enable you to truly feel and experience yourself and your life differently over time. It can strengthen your connection to yourself, other people, your body, your emotions, your needs, and your desires.
I believe that the human nervous system— the connection between the brain and body— is highly sensitive, and intelligent beyond our conscious knowing. The nervous system is like a lens through which each person sees and experiences their world, their own unique reality. The nervous system is easily affected by stress and trauma, and we are living in a world with more complexity and distractions than ever before. Neural integration of one's experiences throughout their life can greatly aid in their wellbeing and success. LI therapy can aid in transforming these patterns of stress and trauma that have been deeply held in the mind-body, often beginning in early childhood. When we engage in this therapy, I will take both a directive, and warm affirming role, grounding us both to the knowing that you can gradually heal yourself and transmute old patterns. I am profoundly fulfilled by seeing people steadily grow and flourish in their own unique ways through this therapy. LI is a safe and effective therapy for the majority of people and conditions.
Through the LI Certification process, I have engaged extensively in my own personal LI therapy, giving me a first-hand perspective of how the therapy feels and transforms a person. I am deeply committed to my own regular therapy, and I'm clear that this in turn helps me to provide better therapy to my clients.
"There is now ample evidence not only of brain plasticity but of the capacity of the cerebral cortex to reorganize itself. Neural networks are not static, but rather dynamic and changing. Changes in our experiences correlate with changes in our neural circuitry" - Peggy Pace, The Neuroscience of Lifespan Integration Read more...
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