Coherence Therapy

Coherence Therapy is one of the first models of psychotherapy which makes use of the current neuroscience research on brain plasticity and memory consolidation. It postulates that a person’s current symptoms, which often resist reduction or elimination through talk therapy, are actually generated by early emotional learnings, and were once, in fact, protective mechanism to deal with emotional pain, rejection, abuse, isolation or whatever the situation might have been.  Coherence Therapy teaches us how to work experientially to help clients uncover these emotional learnings. Gradually juxtaposing them with subsequent realizations can operate a transformation which permanently removes the symptom at its roots.

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Depressed or anxious people often frame as truth a world view which is rooted in personal feelings rather than in reality. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy challenges these interpretations and helps clients develop new thoughts and interactions.