Hakomi Body-Centered Psychotherapy is a comprehensive and effective approach to healing through the understanding and integration of neuroscience, mindfulness, and body-centered, somatic experiential techniques. The Originator of Hakomi, Ron Kurtz, termed the Hakomi method "assisted self-study" and is rooted in the foundational Hakomi principles of unity, organicity, mind-body holism, mindfulness and non-violence.
The essence of the Hakomi model is founded from the extensive scientific studies of how organisms work, how neural networks are created from our experiences, and how we transform our sense of self through the art of Experiential Psychotherapies combined with the ancient wisdom of Taoism and Buddhism.
The beauty of the Hakomi method is how the client is mindfully and skillfully guided through a process of self-exploration and self-inquiry. This process allows the client to be both driver and witness to their own personal journey. The intention of each journey is to offer the client an opportunity to process deep emotional wounds through the Hakomi model and transformational experience.
Resources: Hakomi Mindfulness-Centered Somatic Psychotherapy: A Comprehensive Guide to Theory and Practice.
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