Core Process Psychotherapy

Core Process Psychotherapy is a Humanistic Spiritual and body based Psychotherapy, influenced by Buddhism Psychology, and informed by Western Psychology. Spiritual questions may be who am I, what is my place or purpose in the world?

It is based in mindfulness, the awareness of how we are in the present moment. We become aware of our thoughts, feelings and sensations in the body and come into relationship with them, allowing and accepting, neither attaching nor reacting. By being able to sit with how things are in this moment we become freer and more able to soften and open to allow acceptance of how we find ourselves. This can bring transformation, helping us to choose how we respond and accept ourselves as we are. 

Our Integrative approach brings together different types of psychotherapies and includes a focus on very early work; birth and pre-birth. Our body movements can reflect and influence what is going on in the present moment, which comes from these early times.

Core Process work is helpful for any presenting issues and for personal development. Research has found that Mindfulness-based therapies are effective for many issues including depression, anxiety and addictions. 

The work is normally longer time (six months plus) – however, brief therapy is also offered using these skills.