Throughout my years of practice I have seen one area that always delivers results in patients. My original tools to work with were acupuncture and sometimes herbal medicine as a Naturopathic Doctor, but no matter what tools I worked with even then, it was (and is) not until someone sincerely works on the mental-emotional aspects contributing to their health that I see long-lasting results. This is why today I focus primarily on these areas to help patients work through and heal from emotional crises of various sorts. Sometimes this means low self-esteem for teens and sometimes it’s due to stressful or difficult relationships as adults that lead to mental-emotional changes.
Taking time to understand and process our feelings can actually move into better health and vitality!! Most people get so lost in their daily to-do lists that they neglect this important area to work with. And believe me, I have been there! But it all catches up eventually and emotional breakdowns are happening in homes and workplaces everywhere!
Now you might think this means talking through emotions – but talking is just one part of this process. Any caring practitioner can talk with you about your emotions or listen to your experience, but some actual new understanding and energetic rebalancing is also key here. Many of the patients/clients I work with have spent years of time with counsellors, psychologists and/or psychiatrists. I feel talking and sharing is not enough. You will know you are actually creating a new inner and outer strength through rebalancing when will feel physically and mentally stronger through the process and you only need to work with some consistent training to get to this place. Grief Recovery is an amazing process and then energetic re-balancing through mindful/meditative practice has been a fantastic tool for so many in my practice! Learn how to “process and release” the old and welcome the fantastic new! And remember that I work with WhatsApp phone and video appointments too!
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