Sometimes in life, we are invited to go on an inner journey. That invitation can manifest itself through a crisis, a feeling of desire, a lack of fulfilment or feeling like something is missing. Psychosynthesis can be helpful in times of transition and change. This type of therapy often focuses on deep-seated issues. You may recognise yourself in any of the following issues.
- Lack of self-confidence, feelings of inferiority
- Difficulty making choices, not being able to give direction to one’s own life
- Feelings of depression and anxiety
- Stress and burn-out symptoms
- Relationship problems, e.g. with partner, children, parents
- Work or study-related problems
- Psychosomatic issues
- Traumatic experiences
- Grief and mourning
- Questions of identity, e.g. as a result of loss or illness
- Need for meaning
How do we face problems in psychosynthesis therapy?
During therapy, we will create a non-judgemental and confidential space in which you can open up to anything that confuses you or causes you pain. From a place of calmness and attention, we will look at the causes underlying your problems, allowing that which is essential in you to be seen, heard and felt. Gradually, we will gain more insight into that which has shaped your life and is at the root of your current circumstances.
You will also discover that there is a wide range of choices available to you. You will gain insight into your life story and your own qualities. You will become aware of a deeper meaning, allowing you to see your options and to make choices about how to express who you are.