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Inspirited Mind's main therapeutic philosophy is to provide psychotherapy to help clients address current challenges and long-standing issues, as well as to explore their unique way of being with themselves, others and their environment.
This can be achieved by offering a therapeutic space, human contact and a special way of sharing, where clients move towards mental health, welfare and growth.
With sensitivity and compassion, we help individuals bring understanding to a wide range of life challenges and psychological distress, creating new paths and directions for developing personal and interpersonal understanding.
Inspirited Mind emphasises on integration of different approaches to bring together what is most helpful for each client and the relationship between the client and the therapist at the centre of therapy.
A registered psychotherapist is here to help you.
Tzach takes a broaden approach to psychotherapy and values working with the whole person: feelings, body, mind, and spirit.
The psycho-therapeutic relationship is considered central to the therapy process, creating an opportunity for exploring both conscious and unconscious behaviours, emotional experience, beliefs and attitudes.
Tzach seeks to provide an atmosphere in the therapy which is empathic and open and in which each client is able to feel that their subjective and personal experience is understood and valued.
This type of therapy enables a client to deeply explore the repetitive painful interactions and experiences that may result from their limiting psychological patterns. This therapeutic process supports the person's growth of new ways of engaging in relationship with themselves and others and living creatively in the world.
Depending on the specific need of each client, Tzach uses a range of theory to understand how to facilitate processes of change and growth. This includes theory that addresses personality and character, patterns of attachment, emotion, human development, embodiment, trauma theory, contemporary psychodynamic and relational analytic theory and practice.
There is an emphasis on understanding the social and cultural context in which each client lives, taking into account gender, sexuality, social background and ethnicity.