What is integrative transpersonal psychotherapy picture

The holistic transpersonal integrative model of psychotherapy is a blend of therapeutic approaches based on a client’s uniqueness, which incorporates eastern as well as western theoretical models. Here the therapist becomes a client’s companion in their journey to heal their childhood, find out who they are and then become the person they are, to find their essence, their true self. Holistic is the ‘belief that the parts of something are intimately interconnected and explicable only by reference to the whole’ (Oxford English dictionary). The term psychotherapy comes from the ancient Greek words psyche, which means “soul” and therapeuein which is “to heal”. One of the many definitions of transpersonal is a phenomenon or experience “in which the sense of identity or self extends beyond (trans) the individual or personal to encompass wider aspects of humankind, life, psyche or cosmos” (Walsh & Vaughan 1993). Therefore a holistic integrative transpersonal psychotherapist is someone who uses many different tools, techniques, models and approaches to help heal a person in the wholeness of their being: body, mind, soul, spirit and the transcendent. Every technique comes from a specific methodology which comes out of a theory which contains a basic assumption of human nature. Every therapy is catered to fit the unique individual needs.

What is integrative transpersonal psychotherapy picture