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What is transpersonal counselling method

What is transpersonal counselling?

What is transpersonal counselling? You might have wondered what is transpersonal counselling? Transpersonal counselling sprung from the important work of psychologist, Abraham Maslow, in the 1960s and and was pioneered and developed by psychologists and philosophers such as Roberto Assagioli, Ken Wilber and Stanislav Grof. It’s rooted in quite humanistic philosophy and welcomes and concentrates …

advantages of online counselling

Advantages of online counselling

There are many benefits of getting regular counselling, whether you’re experiencing heightened anxiety, relationship troubles or wish to improve areas of your life and wellbeing. Studies have shown that decreased depressive and anxiety symptoms are evident in effective counselling and can be a really helpful way of managing symptoms of mental illness. Longterm counselling can also …

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Psychology and psychotherapy – what’s the difference?

The difference between psychology and psychotherapy can be a little confusing. Perhaps partly because the two words— psychotherapy/psychology look so similar. And they are also quite similar professions with some crossover counselling involved. However, there are a few differences. As a client, you may have quite different experiences with each. It’s great to be informed …

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What is the difference between counselling and psychotherapy?

A psychotherapist is a counsellor that is interested in the trajectory of self-actualisation for their clients. A psychotherapist focusses more on long term terms goals associated with personal and— in my case being a transpersonal therapist— spiritual development. During counselling, the focus is on issues, topics and personal problems that are creating tension, stress or …

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Treating burnout – tips and techniques

Burnout is becoming a significant health problem in Australia. ‘The World Health Organization upgraded its assessment of the threat posed by burnout. The condition, says the WHO, is a “syndrome” involving a range of symptoms related to chronic stress.’ After working in an industry helping many others overcome their own journey of burnout and with my own …

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