His focus was to achieve personal and spiritual synthesis, rather than analysis.
He proposed that the purpose of psychological healing was to contact a deeper centre of identity (the Self) to nurture its unfoldment, while removing obstacles to its actualisation.
He held a wide and deeply compassionate view of the human condition and devised numerous creative ways with which to discover an individual’s unique reality and address their needs.
Perhaps the pain of the traumas we have lived through also emphasizes the deeper pain of having given up the freedom, order and beauty we once had – of having lost something most precious, of not being in touch with our Self.
This is an inner journey of development, a journey to evoke the person that I really am!
“The most important thing for me over the next few years is really stepping into myself and owning who I am.
I want to pursue things I am really passionate about, aligned with a deep sense of purpose and meaning.
I think I’ve struggled to do so the past because of not knowing myself well enough” (current student) We believe we are at the beginning of a new psychological paradigm, a paradigm based on what is emerging in terms of aspiration and serving humanity as a whole.
Through an in-depth approach, various aspects of your life and relationships can be better understood and the potential for your own self development realised.
Offering counselling and psychotherapy, couples therapy, family constellations, self development workshops and parenting advise.