If you are looking for quality
individual therapy sessions with a certified somatic psychotherapist
that cares, then you’ve come to
the right place.
I guide my clients at every step
of the way and implement various methods to help them develop
new attitudes toward all of life’s
most complex matters.
Individual psychotherapy, also known as individual counseling or simply therapy, is a form of mental health treatment that involves one-on-one sessions between a person (the client) and a mental health professional (the therapist). The goal of individual therapy is to help the client explore and better understand their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and to identify and work through any issues or challenges that may be causing distress or hindering their personal growth.
There are many different approaches to individual therapy, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and psychodynamic therapy. The specific approach used may depend on the client's needs, preferences, and goals, as well as the therapist's training and expertise. Overall, individual therapy can be a powerful tool for helping people to better understand and manage their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and to lead more fulfilling and satisfying lives.
Benefits of individual therapy
Improved mental health
Therapy can help clients better manage and overcome mental health challenges such as depression, anxiety, and stress, leading to improved overall well-being.
Through therapy, clients can gain a better understanding of their own thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and how these may be impacting their lives.
Improved communication and relationships
Therapy can help clients improve their communication skills and strengthen their relationships with others.
Increased coping skills
Therapy can provide clients with strategies and techniques for managing and coping with stress, challenges, and difficult emotions. Life invariably brings challenges and confronts us with difficult situations. Managing to move through these experiences with strength, courage, and confidence leads to better outcomes and an overall feeling that we can meet what life brings us head-on.
Therapy can help clients identify and work through personal challenges, leading to increase self-awareness, self-esteem, and overall personal growth.
Somatic Psychotherapy & Core Energetics
Guiding you on the path of self-healing
Somatic psychotherapy is a type of therapy that focuses on the physical body as a means of understanding and addressing emotional and psychological issues. It is based on the belief that emotional and psychological issues can manifest in physical symptoms and healing can occur by addressing both the physical and psychological aspects of a person's experience.
This type of therapy can be beneficial in many ways. It helps clients to become more aware of their physical body and how it is connected to their emotions, allowing them to better understand and process their feelings. Additionally, this type of therapy can help to reduce physical tension and stress, improve sleep, increase self-confidence, and reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety. It can also provide a safe, non-judgmental environment for clients to explore their emotions and develop healthier coping strategies.
Developed by John Pierrakos, MD., Core Energetics is a marriage of Body Psychotherapy and Spiritual Development. The work brings consciousness to how we block our energy and recreate defense patterns adopted in childhood that keep us limited and disempowered. The core process helps us see how our worldview is to a large extent a function of many of these blocked energy patterns, and so we keep recreating similar situations and relational dynamics that leave us frustrated. Awareness is not enough, we also need to mobilize our physical energy (life force) differently in order to make lasting changes in both our inner world and our outer experience of life. Work with the body is critical in changing our experience of embodiment, because our defenses, belief systems, coping mechanisms, and typical emotional responses are not just psychological, they are also somatic and powerfully anchored in the physical body.
Gyasi Bramos Hantman
American Psychotherapy & Wellness
Plateia Karytsi 5, Athens Greece
30 694 492 9423