Compassionate Inquiry

Compassionate Inquiry is a profound psychotherapy developed by Dr Gabor to understand mental and physical illness, and to heal trauma, the disconnection. To help clients free themselves from the unconscious beliefs that run their lives.  What lies beneath the story we present to the world.

In the process of CI , people can gain insight into the Beliefs, that are holding them back.

Recent research has  proven that the more trauma or dysfunction that a child is subjected to, between embryo to age 18, the more severe his diseases will be later in life, from Cancer, Heart disease, diabetes, all mental disorders, ADHD, MS, addictions, etc

We all have personality traits that hold us back.  Recent research also shows the dramatic debilitating results of stress.

90% of our actions are unconscious. We go through our day, not conscious about what we really believe about ourselves.

In order to get to the bottom, of what is holding us back, we must look at our unconscious behavior, in a very conscious way.

Beliefs are often very hard to change, but through CI, it is a powerful way to dissolve inhibiting beliefs and become our true essence, which makes us healthier, and successful in all areas of relationships, business, health,  and life.

It allows a person to be who they were truly meant to be and dissolves the beliefs that no longer serve us.  As all trauma happens in relationship, we need the therapy in relationship to release the beliefs. The therapist is there to witness and play the role as the care giver and to acknowledge the emotional attachment you needed and did not get.  We can not do it alone.

“The purpose of Compassionate Inquiry is to drill down to the core stories people tell themselves – to get them to see what story they are telling themselves unconsciously; what those beliefs are, where they came from; and guide them to the possibility of letting go of those stories, or letting go of the hold those stories have on them …

That’s what Compassionate Inquiry is.”

~ Dr. Gabor Maté

 

Carl Jung said that “only the wounded healer can heal”

The more we understand and heal our own inner wounds, the more compassion and care we can have for others.

I believe , I cannot guide my patients/clients further in their healing journeys than I have personally travelled.  My personal healing journey has been challenging and so rewarding.

In therapy, we provide the virtues of compassion, self-reflection,honesty, forgiveness,faith, and love. It is a passionate continuum healing journey for  my clients