Transpersonal Therapy

Transpersonal therapy is a therapeutic treatment orientation that takes a holistic approach. Instead of focusing only on the mind, transpersonal therapy takes the physical, emotional, intellectual, creative and social needs of the individual into account. In transpersonal therapy, the emphasis is on the health of the spirit. The theory behind transpersonal therapy is that all people consist of parts that are intangible and beyond our known existence (or spiritual). Working to heal these spiritual aspects is necessary in order to achieve whole wellbeing. Think this approach might be right for you? Reach out to one of TherapyDen’s transpersonal therapy experts today.

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As an experienced plant medicine participant I am grounded in the world beyond our eyes and hope to discuss with you how these mystical life experiences can actually help guide us through our growth process.

— Jaime Davila, Counselor in Lafayette, CO
 

Transpersonal Therapy takes a spiritual and healing approach to self growth and understanding one-self. All people need to be connected to the soul. This is different than religion.

— Michelle North, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Encinitas, CA

I studied at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology with some of the leading figures in the field. Everyone is capable of and has a deep yearning for experiences of greater wholeness. I work with people who want to integrate these experiences into their daily lives and keep that wisdom close to their heart. I love helping people connect to the deep core of themselves.

— Peter Addy, Licensed Professional Counselor in Portland, OR
 

Exploration of non-ordinary states of consciousness and use of mindfulness practices can be an effective way step outside of the ego and gain a wider perspective on one's problems.

— Jeffrey Kishner, Mental Health Counselor in , NY

We will address you life holistically including our needs for creativity, connection, intellectual stimulation, novelty...etc. By looking at the full picture, we will create a integrative approach to supporting your fulfillment and growth.

— Erika Nelson (Accepting New Clients), Clinical Social Worker in Seattle, WA
 

Exploration of non-ordinary states of consciousness and use of mindfulness practices can be an effective way step outside of the ego and gain a wider perspective on one's problems.

— Jeffrey Kishner, Mental Health Counselor in , NY

Heart-Centered Breath Therapy, which is highly effective in healing "birth issues", releasing energy blocks, gaining personal clarity, and deepening the spiritual connection. Energy work and developing client skills to establish their own 'safe container' in their body.

— Michelle Kelley, Counselor in Cedar Vale, KS
 

A treatment option that goes beyond mainstream psychology. I will be your advocate in exploring.

— Keli Dean, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Loveland, CO

I work with the understanding that healing comes not only from the therapist-client relationship but also from the presence of some higher force. I have a background in Tibetan Buddhism, Vedanta, and Yoga, and I use this knowledge to assist clients. I often work with clients moving deeper into spirituality or questioning their spiritual practice, and my background and personal experience allow me to help the client deepen.

— Allison Zamani, Associate Professional Clinical Counselor in San Francisco, CA
 

I have an extensive history with christianity and often work with clients that are recovering from religious abuse. I consider mind, body and soul to be integral to healing and help clients connect with the spiritual aspect of themself. I had a psychosynthesis focus in my grad school program and am continuing that with focused spiritual trainings that align with my other therapy modalities, especially IFS.

— Michelle Raine, Mental Health Counselor in Seattle, WA

There are many influences on my work from the realm of spirituality. These influences include the work and writing of Pema Chodron, Tara Brach, Joseph Campbell, Jiddu Krishnamurti, Thich Nhat Hanh, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Bill Russell, and Martha Graham among others.

— Tamara Dyer, Counselor in Seattle, WA
 

Many of my clients see themselves not as "human beings having a spiritual experience," but as "spiritual beings having a human experience." The methods that I use, such as Depth Hypnosis, Shamanic Counseling, and Internal Family Systems honor the spiritual aspects of our being, and incorporate work with the core self, higher self, and guides to help you gain insight and heal the patterns you are seeking to heal.

— Emma Donovan, Counselor in St. Louis, MO

Bridging traditional psychology with spirituality, this modality is rooted in acceptance of the non-ordinary and supports you in seeing beyond the consensus trance. To me, this term refers to the unconscious ideas and rules, from society’s conditioning, that become implanted in our minds as reality when in fact reality is profoundly subjective. Identifying aspects of the consensus trance might cause you to consider your gender acculturation or your family’s obsession with success.

— Katie Markley, Licensed Professional Counselor
 

Exploration of non-ordinary states of consciousness and use of mindfulness practices can be an effective way step outside of the ego and gain a wider perspective on one's problems.

— Jeffrey Kishner, Mental Health Counselor in , NY

Exploration of non-ordinary states of consciousness and use of mindfulness practices can be an effective way step outside of the ego and gain a wider perspective on one's problems.

— Jeffrey Kishner, Mental Health Counselor in , NY
 

This is a spiritual focus on connection and the overarching and underlying currents that weave your life together.

— Dean Sims, Counselor in ,

A treatment option that goes beyond mainstream psychology. I will be your advocate in exploring.

— Keli Dean, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Loveland, CO
 

A treatment option that goes beyond mainstream psychology. I will be your advocate in exploring.

— Keli Dean, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Loveland, CO

The spiritual plane is infinite and eternal. Our energy field meshes with the spiritual plane when we're aligned within. Our work is to clear our cognitive, emotional, physical, energetic and spiritual blocks so that we can embody our True Essence which then interacts with ease and comfort with the field. Time being infinite we can release that which has been carried from the past and we can manifest and materialize our vision onto this physical plane.

— Benita Silver, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Asheville, NC