What is Transpersonal Psychotherapy?
TRANS-PERSONAL – that which is beyond the personal, the individual ego; transcendent; spiritual; linking personality and spirit.
TRANSPERSONAL PSYCHOLOGY – a school of psychological theory and practice founded by Abraham Maslow in the 1960s; a spiritually-oriented approach to the human being; a psychology of the integration of personality and spirit.
- is a one-to-one counseling process which facilitates the journey of self-discovery
- provides a safe and supportive environment in which to explore the healing and integration of body, emotions, mind and spirit
- is a process which focuses on healing of the personality; growth of the whole person; and the awakening of spiritual potential
- is a psychology of the soul, much needed in this time of post-millenial stress
- is a non-medical approach to psychotherapy.