Why TO Do SPIRIT RELEASEMENT THERAPY?
The main reason do to SPIRIT RELEASEMENT THERAPY is because you have to, in direct response to a spontaneous reaction a client has in a session. Or to solve a specific problem that’s causing pain in the client’s daily life that has no other solution. Many clients will not ‘want’ to do SPIRIT RELEASEMENT THERAPY, but sometimes ‘you gotta do what you gotta do’. It’s not what you want, but there’s no avoiding it’s what you need. Many therapists will not ‘want’ to do SPIRIT RELEASEMENT THERAPY, but sometimes ‘you gotta be flexible enough to do whatever it takes to get the result’ for your client. If a client spontaneously manifests a need, it’s better to be able to handle it and get back to your core modality. These therapists don’t have to advertise SPIRIT RELEASEMENT THERAPY or accept clients for intentional SPIRIT RELEASEMENT THERAPY as the presenting issue.
Some therapists will specialise and seek out SPIRIT RELEASEMENT THERAPY, and have a deep interest in the spiritual dimensions. They need to keep in mind that SPIRIT RELEASEMENT THERAPY is generally a therapy of last resort. There are many symptoms and indications of SPIRIT RELEASEMENT THERAPY that could also be more common conditions. It’s best to proceed with the more common solutions first. The therapist has to be wary of excessively seeing SRT in every client, or of trying to do SPIRIT RELEASEMENT THERAPY with clients who have no interest in an intentional SRT session, or prefer their session to be ‘spontaneous implicit’. SPIRIT RELEASEMENT THERAPY is a therapy for spiritual issues, not for psychiatric or clinically diagnosable issues. We are helping clients, who are otherwise emotionally and mentally robust, to deal with a spiritual event. Spiritual issues tend to display the symptoms listed in the next section.
Indications and Issues for a SPIRIT RELEASEMENT THERAPY Session:
At the point of first contact with a client, when they tell you why they want a session, there are indications SRT may be needed or may spontaneously arise. The client may report issues in daily life, or during sessions, including;
- Excessive grief and difficulty letting go of a loved one that’s passed away.
- Experiments and difficulties with occult practices, from Wicca to astral travel.
- Periods of intense spiritual practice or meditation.
- Unusual usage or binging of food, drugs or alcohol.
- Unusual energy drain, mood swings or depression in daily life.
- Relationship problems, with themselves and others.
- Feeling uneasy in their own skin, or uncomfortable with their own thoughts.
- Hearing voices, or feeling doubt and unease with their inner voice.
- Unusual dreams or nightmares, visited by spirits or entities.
- Unusual behaviours including speech, food and drink, and sexual activity.
- Booking sessions, then unusually repeatedly cancelling or no-showing.
- Blockages or interruptions during sessions; vocal, physical or emotional.
These are simply indicators that SSPIRIT RELEASEMENT THERAPY may be an issue. Next we drill down with follow up questions to gather more information before coming to a conclusion.
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