Using qualified psychologists, IMC services will focus on the usual backbone of psychology (CBT, Mindfulness) and will integrate Dr. John Demartini’s methods, nutritional medicine and hormonal therapies to give a much more comprehensive result to managing stress and conflict to improve patient’s health and well-being.
Integrative psychotherapy describes a psychotherapy approach in which elements from different schools of psychotherapy may be used. The word ‘integrative’ in Integrative psychotherapy may also refer to integrating the personality and making it cohesive, and to the bringing together of the “affective, cognitive, behavioural, and physiological systems within a person”.
Integrative Psychotherapy embraces an attitude towards the practice of psychotherapy that affirms the inherent value of each individual. It is a unifying psychotherapy that responds appropriately and effectively to the person at the affective, behavioural, cognitive, and physiological levels of functioning, and addresses as well the spiritual dimension of life.
The term “integrative” of Integrative Psychotherapy has a number of meanings. It refers to the process of integrating the personality: taking disowned, unaware, or unresolved aspects of the self and making them part of a cohesive personality, reducing the use of defence mechanisms that inhibit spontaneity and limit flexibility in problem solving, health maintenance, and relating to people, and re-engaging the world with full contact. It is the process of making whole. Through integration, it becomes possible for people to face each moment openly and freshly without the protection of a pre-formed opinion, position, attitude, or expectation. The reason is that Integrative Therapy seeks to understand various approaches and puts these together in a way that resonates with the practitioner and proves effective in practice.
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