Are you there?
Do you get me?
Do you choose me?
These 3 questions hold the key to feeling whole and connected. Almost all of us have something holding us back from letting that happen. What obstacles might be showing up in your life? What beliefs no longer serve you? Using the therapeutic techniques of Hakomi we can engage both your body and mind to untangle and rewrite old patterns. Discover what is keeping you from being your most amazing self!
What is Hakomi?
Hakomi is often described as assisted self-discovery. It’s an experiential method of psychotherapy originated by Ron Kurtz that is taught around the world. Hakomi sessions are known for the focus on developing rapport between practitioner and client and following the client’s lead. Real suffering is part of life, but most of us also suffer unnecessarily. Hakomi techniques support clients in using mindfulness and gentle curiosity to explore past experiences that may have calcified into limiting beliefs that cause unnecessary suffering. It offers from the practitioner loving presence and the use of touch for nurturing and experiments to further assist the self-study. The results of this exploration are often increased clarity and creativity, renewed confidence, and awareness of the present moment.
What others think of Hakomi
“Hakomi is an excellent system for learning key emotional intelligence skills.”
– Daniel Goleman, author of the bestseller ‘Emotional Intelligence’
“Hakomi practically invented mindfulness in psychotherapy.”
– Babette Rothschild, LCSW, author of ‘The Body Remembers’
“Hakomi is the absolute cutting edge of modern therapeutic technique.” ‘
– John Bradshaw, author of ‘Bradshaw on The Family’