Will you be surprised if you hear that you are never angry about what you think you are angry about?
Will you be confused if your emotions bring you back to the memory state?
When was the last time you were held unconditionally to safely experience your emotions?
Behavioural approach vs. relational approach.
Emotions are to be held, not talked over.
How we see ourselves and the world is based on many layers of experiences, perceptions, feelings, emotions, beliefs, and how we respond. These could be the underlying causes of many kinds of unwellness.
We all have emotions, and it is normal and healthy to feel them, but if it feels your emotions are owning you, it might be a sign that you would want to seek support so that you can shine physically, emotionally, and socially.
At this time, Compassionate Inquiry (CI) is not offered as a stand alone treatment. CI is incorporated within the Chinese Medicine appointment to further help body-mind-spirit integration.
For those who are TCM professionals (and students) and needing mentorship or peer support, please visit "Mentorship" page for details. We provide mentorship for inner cultivation, based on the Compassionate Inquiry approach.
Do you find yourself and/or your concern(s) here?
Panic Attack, Nervousness
Despair, Fear, Fright Timidity, Indecisiveness
Social & Boundaries
Loss and Grief
Fearful to be Alone, Isolation
Difficulty saying NO
Life & Identity
Lack of Direction
Loss of Meaning in Life
Lack of Confidence
Lack of Motivation
Feeling "Not Enough"
Gender and Sexuality
Chinese Medicine (and Acupuncture) and Massage Therapy are separate entities and each of them requires a separate intake and assessment and are billed as such. Thus they cannot be offered in the same appointment.