1. Gestalt Therapy
Gestalt therapy approaches the human being from a perspective that integrates its different dimensions.
It involves the person developing his or her potential in order to go from his or her external support to self-support. It is a therapy focused on the present where outstanding issues from the past come up here and now.
Mindfulness consists of an exercise in paying attention to the present moment, to the thoughts, sensations of the body, emotions and the external environment, accepting them without judgement.
Scientific studies back the effectiveness of mindfulness to cope with stress and anxiety, thus obtaining a better quality of life.
3. Transpersonal Therapy
From an integral view of the human being, the transpersonal approach leads us to value that which transcends the character and personality of the individual. This approach lets us widen our view and expand self-awareness.
Created by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in California in the seventies, NLP works on the basis of the connection between neurological and linguistic processes and behaviour patterns learned through an individual’s life experience, proposing changes to achieve specific goals in life.
5. Trauma Therapy
– SOMATIC EXPERIENCING:
A therapeutic approach based on observation of nature developed by Doctor Peter Levine, the aim of which is to overcome and heal trauma.
EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. This technique uses bilateral brain stimulation to produce a flow of information between both hemispheres of the brain -information which was blocked as the result of a trauma – and achieves a desensitization of inadequate emotions, stimulating the brain to find new solutions.