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Shamanic Healing

Shamanic Healing, or Shamanism, is an ancient form of spiritual healing that has roots going back over 30,000 years, and is practiced mostly by indigenous cultures throughout the world. It mostly focuses on the concept that most problems and illness are caused by issues occurring in the spiritual realm, a loss of soul essence, personal…

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Mindfulness

Often combined with cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness (which has its roots in Buddhism) helps people gain perspective on irrational, maladaptive, and self-defeating thoughts by focusing attention on the present moment-and accepting it without judgement. This benefits people in chronic pain, suffering from depression, substance abuse, eating disorders, sleep problems, conflicts, and other stresses.

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Metaphysical Healing

Metaphysical Healing is a holistic energy healing modality based on the understanding that negative thoughts can result in physical disease or illness. Metaphysical Healing is healing the mental root of the illness by establishing positive mental processes. According to this belief, the most compromising emotions to health are longstanding guilt, resentment, and anger. The biggest…

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Chakra Balancing

The extremely calming and restorative treatment of Chakra Balancing has been used in ancient cultures for thousands of years. These seven basic centers of “wheels of light”- starting at the perineum and ending on the crown of the skull- are whirling subtle energies, each relating to a specific physical area of the body as well…

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Auricular Therapy

Auricular Therapy dates to the 3rd century. It is a form of Acupuncture where the outer ear is considered a small-scale version of the entire body. Every part of the outer ear has specific points that represent different organs, structures and systems that can be stimulated to create positive changes in that represented point. Auricular…

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Tapas Acupressure Technique

Named for a licensed acupuncturist names Tapas Fleming, TAT is a gentle approach to healing or eliminating the effects of trauma such as anxiety, hyper-vigilance, bad memories, flashbacks, and nightmares. Using finger pressure on specific acupressure points while focusing on statements to help move through stuck and painful places, TAT is calming, clearing, and deeply…

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Attractor Field Technique

The perspective of AFT is that every disease and form of suffering results from energies of thought and our habitual response to stress. The technique, developed by Drs. Kurt Ebert and Robert Schwarz, is similar to the Emotional Freedom Technique in that it involves stimulation through tapping (rather than needles) of the Acupuncture meridian points…

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Distance Healing

Healing at a distance has been shown to work. Your thoughts, emotions, and intentions are energy that radiate out from you like music from a radio. Just because we don’t tune into a station doesn’t mean that the sound vibration is not there. It just means we can’t consciously perceive it. Based on Quantum Physics,…

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy combines psychotherapy and behavioral therapy. The basis of CBT is that thoughts can influence feelings, and that one’s emotional response to a situation comes from how they interpret it. When these thoughts are biased, illogical, or distorted, patients learn to distinguish thoughts and feelings, become aware of the ways their thoughts can…

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Art Therapy

Art therapists elicit their clients’ inherent capacity for drawing, painting, sculpture, and other art forms to enhance their physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Through the creative process, the client develops social skills, reduces anxiety, increases self-esteem, reconciles emotional conflicts, and improves a sense of well-being. Art therapy is practiced in a wide variety of settings…

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