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About Hakomi

Hakomi therapy

Crane-colorHakomi is a mindfulness-centered, somatic psychology. Originally developed by Ron Kurtz, Hakomi has been a pioneer in the field of body-centered psychotherapy for over 30 years. The Hakomi Method is unique in its integration of mindfulness throughout the therapy session.  It is rooted in the Asian traditional practice as well as is backed by thousands of hours of clinical application and the latest psychotherapy research and neuroscience.

As an experiential, mindfulness-based psychotherapy, it allows clients to safely and deeply access the unconscious core beliefs and formative experiences which often shape our lives without our knowledge. Once conscious, this material is available for transformation. Therapy outcomes often include lasting positive changes in behavior, relationships, and self-image; and the healing of attachment issues for the client.  The Hakomi Method offers highly effective skills for psychotherapists,coaches, health professionals, parents, and others who work to support human change and growth.

The Hakomi Institute is the original, worldwide organization founded by Ron Kurtz, and its website at www.HakomiInstitute.com includes an international directory of workshops, trainings, therapists and faculty, as well as extensive information about Hakomi.


You will get benefit from my Hakomi therapy session if you are:

‐Wanting to let go unhealthy, automatic, and repetitive behaviors

‐Longing to unfold your authentic self and maximum your potential

‐Suffering from depression, anxiety, grief, and OCD

‐Wanting to heal from traumatic experiences such as abuse, family problems, past trauma and loss and other experiences that have affected you negatively

‐Wanting to become more compassionate toward yourself and others

‐Having difficulty coping with and managing emotions

‐Wanting to cope with stress in a healthy way rather than ways that deplete, diminish or, ultimately, cause more stress

‐Wanting to build more peaceful, better, and affectionate relationships

 

Hakomi resourcestree

Watch videos on Hakomi therapy:
http://hakomiinstitute.com/resources/books-reviews/videos

Read articles about Hakomi therapy:
http://hakomiinstitute.com/resources/articles

Learn more about Hakomi methods:
http://hakomiinstitute.com/about/the-hakomi-method

Listen to Lorena Monda’s talk on Hakomi and Oriental Medicine:
http://somaticperspectives.com/2015/03/monda/