Transpersonal Counselling session. Counselling by using transpersonal therapy (including altered states, peak experiences, Jungian psychoanalysis, OBEs), financial therapy, counselling, executive and business coaching, career counselling, neurofeedback, biofeedback, heart variability, bioenergy technology, photonic technologies, spirituality, counselling, naturopathy, neurotechnology, mindfulness, NLP and hypnosis.
Counselling given by Raul Valverde. He is a Certified Professional Counsellor (PACCP), Certified in Transpersonal Psychotherapy (EUROTAS), Counselling Therapist (ACTA) and Naturopath (ANPQ),that specializes in stress management, career counselling, financial stresses and anxiety management, executive and business coaching, spiritual crisis, facing death, transpersonal experiences, anxiety, life coaching and depression. He holds a PhD, DD in Christian Counselling, MSc in Financial Management and is a graduate in Spirituality & Therapeutic Counselling from the International Institute of Integral Human Sciences in Montreal.
Unlike most forms of psychotherapy that concentrate on improving mental health alone, transpersonal therapy addresses mental, physical, social, emotional, creative, and intellectual needs, with an emphasis on the role of a healthy spirit in healing.
Transpersonal therapy integrates spiritual traditions and rituals into modern psychology. It emphasizes positive influences and role models rather than concentrating on negative experiences. The holistic treatment is based on the idea that humans are more than just their mind and body, but are also composed of intangible, or transcendent, factors that make up the whole person.
The treatment method evolved from the humanistic work of Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung and was formalized by American psychologist Abraham Maslow and associates in the 1960s. It has continued to be developed by Czech psychiatrist Stanislav Grof, among others.
Maslow and his colleagues called it “transpersonal therapy” because of its focus on a broader conception of how a person achieves meaning, purpose, and happiness, describing transpersonal therapy as “reaching beyond humanistic concerns.”
The therapy originally included a greater focus on altered states of consciousness, from which a patient can see themselves and their lives from a different perspective. These states were achieved, in part, through the use of psychedelics. Since psychedelics became controlled substances in the 1970s, practitioners have moved on to other means of achieving mental transcendence, such as meditation and holotropic breathwork.
English, French and Spanish.
Private insurance from Blue Cross, Sun Life, Green Shield Canada and Medavie Blue Cross are accepted and insurance receipts are given.