What is Regression Therapy?
It is an approach to treatment that focuses on resolving significant past events believed to be interfering with a person’s present mental and emotional wellness. Intimacy issues, and a range of other concerns can see improvement in their state of mind by revisiting and reliving the early experiences that influenced the development of these issues – getting to the very source of the event that started this behaviour or fear.
We objectively measure the results of therapeutic sessions, thereby installing good conduct of practice from day one.
Proponents of regression therapy believe a traumatic event can often have a continued impact on a person’s ability to express emotion and interact with other people, though the individual may not readily recall the details of the trauma. Regression therapy can, then, be of benefit, because it can help a person return back to a trauma in order to understand the impact the trauma may be having on their behaviour’s and choices.
It is a safe transformational method of shifting and changing mindsets of depression, anxiety and phobias for real long term results
Body therapy looks at physical memories stored and effecting the body. Body psychotherapy is an incredibly effective way of using the body to work through traumas and events such as bereavement ands shock. Combining both mind therapy and body therapy in gentle and therapeutic ways
A comment about Babette Rothchild’s work on body therapy which we use as a basis for own body therapy at South East therapy.
“What distinguishes Babette Rothschild’s approach to trauma treatment is her rejection of a ‘one size fits all’ therapy and her respect for individual differences? Her recent book ‘The Body Remembers: The Psychophysiology of Trauma and Trauma Treatment’, is not so much a treatment approach as a thorough account of the physiological research into trauma, and an integration of this research to treatment, showing how trauma therapy requires flexibility and self-awareness above all else.”
Recommended Further Reading on Regression Therapy: