Your mind, body and soul intuitively know what they need at a right timing with a right person.
if you are seeking for some support, that means that you know you are ready to receive some support or guidance.
I would like to support you to grow internally at physical, emotional & energetic levels. That will in turn change your perception and behaviors.
I truly believe that your transformation will come to you,
working on yourself internally in the body (nervous system), mind (cognitive system), and soul (energetic system such as aura and chakra)
Your transformation takes some time. It does not look dramatic. Your expereince looks different than others.
Take your time. Make some efforts at your own pace. Your change may be small. If you feel different than yesterday or if a piece in you has changed which you did not expereince yesterday, that is improvement or change only for you. It only belongs to you. It is not important for you to compare yourself to others, but it is more important to compare yourself today to yesterday. It is your life and your spiritual growth.
You are guided to be here. Thank you for finding me & Thank you for allowing me to find you. I truly appreciate this opportunity to work with you.
– Individual Talk Therapy –
It is an individual psychotherapy in which clients talk about their issues, reflect on their thoughts and feeling and find out how they want to handle them. If necessary, we will discuss coping skills and solution for them based on clinical psychology, energy psychology, Buddhism and spirituality. Some clients just need to share what happened to be heard in session. Others seek feedback, coping skills and solution. Talk therapy is good for emotional issues, depression, anxiety, stress, relationships, ADHD, lack of daily structure, and so on. Coping skills include essential oil, breathing, mindfulness (catching oneself), and conditioning.
1- talk about your issues and set goals. Talk about what modalities we may use. 2- figure out cognitive patterns and distortion by looking at situations, behaviors, and emotions from different angles. Evidence based approach and multidimensional view points. 2 – practice catching oneself and training your mind to think about different positive thoughts, using mindfulness, breathing, and other ways. 3 – talk about coping skills for racing thoughts, negative thoughts, negative emotions, and other issues. Coping skills include mindfulness, skills to catch yourself (reminder), breathing exercise, turtle breathing with mindfulness, walking with mindfulness, conditioning breathing technique, inhaling essential oil using protocol of chakra system, screen exercise, and others.
4 – build confidence and self efficacy by taking small goal setting with your intention and completing them with reward system.
– Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy –
It is an extensively researched, effective psychotherapy method proven to help people recover from trauma and other distressing life experiences, including PTSD, anxiety, depression, and panic disorders. The American Psychiatric Association, the American Psychological Association, the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs/Dept. of Defense, The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, and the World Health Organization among many other national and international organizations recognize EMDR therapy as an effective treatment. More specific information on treatment guidelines can be found on our EMDR and PTSD page.
Here is one of the youtube page for EMDR.
Here is a sample structure of EMDR sessions.
1 – rebuild your resilience and self efficacy by achieving goals, reinforcing strength. 2 – figure out your current symptoms and your current triggers for the symptoms. 3 – talk bout coping skills. Turtle breathing, bellow breathing (practice all the time while doing something). 3 – figure out themes (cluster) of your symptoms and triggers. 4 – figure out history of your past traumatic memories based on your symptoms and the triggers. 5 – organize your past traumatic memories 6 – reprocess your past traumatic memories 7 – reprocess the current triggers and incidents 8 – work on the future triggers.
– Somatic Experiencing –
I use Somatic Experiencing created and developed by Peter Levine Ph.D. He has found there is a critical difference between those who become traumatized and those who do not become traumatized in the same traumatic situation based on recovery process of animals after they are attacked by other predators. You may have experienced heart beating, sweating, tension in the shoulders, stomachache and so on under certain circumstances. These are physical signs manifested in the body due to irregular or stagnant energy in the nervous system. When trauma becomes triggered by a certain situation or a person, your body becomes activated in the Sympathetic Nervous System. Trauma makes your nervous system overwork, and energy in the nervous system has not become able to be regulated within the normal range. Dr. Peter Levine calls this irregulation in the nervous system stagnant energy and has discovered that releasing this stagnant energy release you from trauma, PTSD, Panic attacks, anxiety, and anger. Somatic Experiencing has been applied to work on Eating Disorders and Substance Dependence as well. Somatic Experiencing Practitioners truly believes that human beings possess their own natural and organic healing ability. Compared to talk therapy, you will spend most of time on tracking your physical sensation, and releasing stagnant energy out of the nervous system in Somatic Experiencing sessions. In sessions using Somatic Experiencing, I will assist you to pay more attention to your physical experiences in the body such as tension, tingling, hotness, coldness, and so on. Then, I will help you keep track of your sensations very slowly. Slow pace is one of the crucial components in this modality in order to track the physical sensation and release the traumatic energy out of the nervous system since physical sensation manifests and moves very slowly. Simultaneously, I will assist you to build or rebuild positive experiences involved with Parasympathetic Nervous System. Building positive experiences will build your strength of the nervous system and reinforce your self-esteem in order to fight against trauma. Releasing the stagnant energy from the nervous system will help separate (dis-associate) negative emotions, thoughts,and physical sensations from traumatic events, and will, in turn, help integrate (re-associate) positive emotions, thoughts and physical sensations with them. In other words, it gradually transforms an old pattern. Here is some example. Say, you have had a car accident before. You feel anxious whenever you see cars on the street. This means that the car accident is associated with the anxiety. I will help disconnect the anxiety from the car accident while rebuilding positive experiences in you. You will gradually re-associate the car accident with the positive experiences. Using Somatic Experiencing principles, I will assist you to figure out behavioral patterns as well. For example, you did something wrong at work. You kept thinking about it over and over. You tried to distract yourself from the negative thought by working on something else. Somehow, it kept coming back to your mind. There is normally some physical & sensational pattern before negative thought starts to keep bothering you. First, your eyelid becomes narrow. Second, your face looks down, Then, your negative thought comes up in the mind. Normally, you skip a physical and sensational pattern and your negative thought just sticks to you so that you feel that your negative thought suddenly comes up to your mind. In a session, I will assist you to become aware of your own physical and sensational pattern, and to release stagnant energy out of the nervous system, utilizing Somatic Experiencing principles.
Here are some links for Somatic Experiencing. 1) www.youtube.com/watch (Sacred Wound) 2) https://youtu.be/hdUnCj05RMs (Resolving Trauma in Psychotherapy)
– Pranic Healing®
(Non Touch Energy Healing) –
Energy (Chi &Prana) is invisible. That does not mean that it does not exist. Nowadays, everybody uses cell phones and electricity. Invisible signal sent to cell phones is invisible. We utilize them in life. In other words, you don’t see it, but it exists and works in that way. Energy is the same. It does exist and it influences our invisibly, let alone our physical and psychological health and well being. Interestingly, some physicist has concluded that there are 11 dimensions, based on very complex formula in physics. I really believe that energy system belongs to one of the dimensions. It is wating to be proven in the future. Pranic Healing® is a no- touch energy healing modality developed by Grand Master Choa Kok Sui. Prana means life-force (invisible bio-energy or vital energy) in Sanskrit equivalent to Qi (Qi Gong), and Ki (Aikido). Pranic Healing utilizes the principles that the body is able to heal itself. Pranic Healing helps accelerate the healing process by rebalancing physical and emotional components of energy life force. Grand Master Choa Kok Sui has built a cook book approach in which he has conducted tons of research and experiments on each specific physical emotional ailment with clairvoyance. Pranic Healing utilizes 11 major chakras which influence the important functions of the body and mind, and other minor & mini chakras, all of which are equivalent to each acupuncture points. The cook book covers a numbers of physical and psychological symptoms from minor ailments and severe symptoms. A pranic healer cleanses negative energy out of chakras by scraping it with an energy glove on the hands without touching your body. After removing it completely, the healer energizes those cleansed chakras with fresh energy coming down from external life force in nature (air, earth, Sun, and divine energy).