Therapy is an opportunity to free yourself from any emotional “burden” you carry. It is as much your responsibility to place effort as it is for the therapist, who is there to facilitate you into getting to the core of your problem and to assist you in determining workable solutions to alleviate your burden.

The uniqueness of you emotional challenges steers the therapist into selecting the appropriate therapeutic process necessary for treatment.

The extent to which the emotional problem is experienced has a direct impact on the extent to which it is capable of having a negative impact on the body itself. Thus alleviating the emotional condition through therapy has a significant role in the alleviating and reducing the health risks to the body; whether they are currently experienced, or that would be experienced given time, from something as simple as headache and constipation, to heart disease and cancer if unattended.