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Transpersonal Integrative Psychotherapy

Transpersonal integrative psychotherapy seeks to include all parts of the Self: mind, body and spirit.  The core principle is that we do not exist as isolated individuals: we are connected to others and all life around us.

A transpersonal integrative psychotherapeutic approach understands that each young person is unique and brings different beliefs, life experience and feelings to therapy, and it is the same for the family.  The therapy is then tailored to the specific individual's needs and depending on the preferences, can include a mix of talking and creative therapies.  With children and young people, who often struggle to express their feelings through words, a creative mix of art mediums, puppets, visualisations and Jungian sandplay therapy can be used.


Francesca Orlandi

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