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The science behind our approach

We use a holistic approach that combines mind and body to achieve change. The brain’s ability to change and
reorganize itself is called Neuroplasticity.

What is neuroplasticity?

The brain’s ability to rewire and repair itself is called neuroplasticity. The brain can reorganize itself both in structure and how it functions. Without neuroplasticity, we wouldn't be able to do many of the things that make us human. This includes learning, developing, and forming memories.
The science of non-ordinary therapy

Neuroplasticity is a key element of mental health counseling. Therapy is a special type of enriched learning environment. All learning is reflected in "neural plasticity," that is, in the excitability, growth, connection, and reorganization of connections between neurons. When you are in therapy, you learn new coping skills, literally building the neural connections that promote resilience. As you learn new habits, new synapses will replace the connections that prompted unhealthy behaviors and cognitive distortions. Making these new connections is the key to creating change. (Psych Today)

A mind-body approach

There is no disconnect between the mind and body, so why is the ordinary approach to treat them separately? To harness all of our internal resources, we need to have a holistic approach. The mind needs proper nutrition in forms of compassion, mindfulness, and examination of thoughts. The body needs physical support in forms of nutrition, sleeping, breathing, stress-reduction, nature, and physical movement. Increasing and nurturing our ability for neurogeneration is a lifelong process that requires attention to both your physical and mental health. When your physical body is suffering, your mind is not at its best. And the reverse is true.