Coherence Therapy

I’ve written previously that a therapist needs to keep abreast of significant new developments in psychotherapy. A therapist must also be informed, or learn from, his or her clients. Ultimately a therapist must form opinions and methods from clients. The talking aspect of sessions I conduct determines how a person behaves when they’re feeling emotional. This incorporates aspects of CBT although it was never my intention to incorporate aspects of CBT. Through hypnotherapy, I also help people recover positive memories from childhood in order to recapture unpleasant memories and experiences and the learned behaviors derived from unpleasant experiences. Thus my approach dovetails into aspects of coherence therapy. For anyone interested in coherence therapy, I highly recommend “Unlocking the Emotional Brain” by Ecker, Ticic and Hulley.