2-hours session to explore the symptoms, learn the lessons, take the power back and make changes.
- 2 hr2 hours
- 240 euros240 €
- Online Meetup
Are you looking for a holistic approach to cope with physical illness? With Aya Zebrowska, you can benefit from bespoke therapy sessions that compliment your medical care. Our 3-5 session program is tailored to you and your needs, and is designed to give you the power to change old agreements that are at the root cause of your illness. Through this process, you can find the wisdom behind your symptoms, support your recovery, and prepare for upcoming treatments such as surgery. Our approach is both effective and relaxed, and includes Process Oriented Psychology and Rapid Transformation Therapy. The foundations of our work is nestled in two modalities: Utilising the tools of Process Oriented Psychology we will observe and unfold information in the body manifesting as body signals and symptoms. This can provide a vital doorway to emerging patterns and one’s orientation to life’s next stages. This can reconnect us to our spirituality and sense of meaning and purpose, guiding us to a new, more fulfilling way of life. Rapid Transformational Therapy is a hybrid therapy developed by Marisa Peer in England, UK. RTT combines the best principles of hypnotherapy, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and Neuro- Linguistic Programming (NLP) that offers fast effective results for a range of psychological, psychiatric and physical conditions. These tools allow us to go directly into the very root cause of a physical illness (often a very long time ago) and put you in a powerful position to choose to make changes. As a result, old patterns of behaviour are no longer valid or necessary - making space for healing. After 2-3 months of completing the program, if you feel you could benefit from a follow-up session, please get in touch - we will either book a free, 30 minutes consultation or the complete 2 hour session if you wish to address a new issue. Looking forward to seeing you, Aya Zebrowska