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 At Human Trilogy we use an  integrative approach to therapy. An integrative approach allows us to draw from different therapeutic  strategies based on the needs of our clients, as opposed to a one-size-fits all approach. A key advantage of integrative approach is its flexibility  and focus on the whole of an individual. The integration of different  approaches means therapy can be tailored to meet a variety of needs and  concerns. It can be particularly beneficial for those who want to overcome negative patterns of behavior caused by anxieties, fears, phobias or  any other emotional issue that is greatly impacting life satisfaction. 


 Our integrative approach is mostly influenced by the following conventional and alternative therapies:

  • Psychodynamic Therapy:  often described as ‘talk therapy’. This supportive approach helps the patient understand underlying unconscious issues that affect present life. It operates under the principle that our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are influenced by internal conflicts that are often unconscious. Psychodynamic therapy aims to help the client identify important pieces of the puzzle that makes them who they are and rearrange them in ways that allow the client to form a more functional and positive sense of self.

  • Emotionally Freedom Technique  (EFT):  EFT  is a universal healing tool that can provide impressive results for physical, emotional, and performance issues. EFT operates on the premise that no matter what part of your life needs improvement, there are unresolved emotional issues in the way. EFT can quickly release feelings of anxiety, fear, stress, anger and resentment, as well as limiting beliefs and feelings of low self worth. As these negative feelings are released, positive feelings of peace, calm, confidence and self belief are able to surface, leading to healthy relationships, success and happiness. 

  • Hypnosis: When a patient is in a state of deep relaxation the hypnotherapist is able to help unlock unconscious issues that affect behavior
    and relationships. This is an extremely effective tool in reducing stress and increasing self-esteem.  It also allows for suggestions made by the hypnotherapist to create lasting change. When issues are brought to the conscious mind much healing takes place.


  • Time Line Therapy (TLT): Time Line Therapy™  is a very powerful technique for making significant changes by using our own representation of time to work with the unconscious mind allowing us to remove the root cause of a negative emotion (anger, sadness, fear, hurt or guilt) or a limiting belief we may have about ourselves that hold us back in life, business and relationships. Once you are freed from these negativities, your mind will reevaluate how it feels, thinks and perceives the world and we can then help you install positive beliefs, cement positive visualizations and feelings within your Time Line to help you achieve your goals. You stop struggling and create long-lasting transformation.  This process is fast and effective and incredibly powerful and life changing for all who do it

  • Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Life Coaching:  Your internal conversations create your external realities. When you change the internal dialogue, your external reality shifts. NLP provides you with tools to make those changes so that you communicate more effectively in all areas of life. Sometimes managing life’s changes can be confusing and difficult to do on your own. Often all you need is someone who listens deeply, and tells you the truth with kindness and compassion. We will guide you through transitions with ongoing support, create a plan with step-by-step tools and do what we do best for  our clients — get to know you, ask questions and help you manage what holds you back. Together, we will find strategies to help you.

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT): CBT is an empirically based method of treatment that emphasizes how our thoughts influence our feelings and behaviors. Our past experiences can shape the way we think, often leading to maladaptive and irrational thinking patterns. These negative thoughts and beliefs can lead to emotional distress and self-destructive behaviors. In cognitive-behavioral therapy, the client learns strategies to reduce irrational thinking and change behavior patterns, leading to improved well-being. The approach is goal-oriented and emphasizes problem-solving strategies.

  • Progressive muscle relaxation (PMR): The body responds to stress and anxiety with muscle tension and emotional fatigue. This relaxation skill helps reduce the tension in the body and relieves mental and physical anxiety.  It is an effective tool for anxiety, agitated depression, physical distress and helps with sleep disorders.

  • Spiritual Psychology: This school of thought integrates the spiritual and more transcendent attributes of the individual.   When you are out of touch with your inner self, you don’t see and hear yourself. This leads to frustration and resentments; doubts and low self-esteem creep in. Through mindfulness meditation and reflection, one learns to develop consciousness. Becoming a more conscious individual may lead to a more enlightened state and to a greater sense of self, synchronicity and a greater spiritual connection.  When one begins to connect with their Spirit or Higher Self, symptoms of depression, loneliness, addictions and loss of meaning, begin to lift.  There is a greater sense of purpose and joy.  This is not a religious practice. This is a quiet, unique and individual practice that affects change in a deeper, more profound manner.  

  • Mindfulness based cognitive behavioral therapy (MBCT): MBCT is a cognitive behavioral therapy with mindfulness at the heart of the model. This approach helps patients understand how their thoughts and feelings influence behavior.  The cognitive piece along with mindfulness helps reduce stress and anxiety while learning to identify disturbing or destructive thought patterns.

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