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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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

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

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

The individual and the collective constantly shape one another. You exist, always, in relationship to people, society, the earth, and the cosmos. My graduate and ongoing training include modalities like ecopsychology and an intersectional approach to the collective unconscious, astrology, + tarot. Your spirituality and imagination are transpersonal. So is your sensitivity to society, inherited roles, and collective/ancestral traumas. Let's make space for your multiplicity.

— Sally Hildreth, Licensed Professional Counselor in Atlanta, GA

Not all counselors are trained/prepared to understand the differences between psychosis and transpersonal experiences. I have taken graduate-level classes, received supervision, and consulted with experienced colleagues on the subject of spiritually-significant moments, after-death communication, near-death experiences, and dreamwork. I want my clients to know that I am a safe person to discuss these topics with and will seek to explore their meaning and significance with you.

— Braden Weinmann, Licensed Professional Counselor in ,

I bring extensive training and experience in integrating spirituality, consciousness, and personal growth. I guide clients in exploring their inner selves, expanding consciousness, and achieving personal transformation. My empathetic, holistic approach is tailored to each client's unique journey. I studied at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology with leading figures in the field. I help people integrate profound experiences of wholeness into their lives, finding wisdom and courage.

— Peter Addy, Licensed Professional Counselor in Portland, OR

A transpersonal therapist sees everyone and everything as connected. On a personal level, I wonder if we are all just different aspects of one larger being. From this perspective, non-local interaction is an everyday occurrence, whether we're aware of it or not. I use my tantric healer training to help guide you to healing relationships with those you love and with those who've hurt you, whether they are alive or have passed.

— Erika Laurentz, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Olympia, 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

I am trained in transpersonal therapy, which blends eastern philosophy with western psychology. I welcome spiritual and religious questioning.

— Niku (Nick) Shah, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Oakland, CA

A spiritual approach to human development invites possibilities for a more expansive, authentic and joyful life.

— Emily Chong, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate in Berkeley, CA

Exploring the positives. Connecting with nature. Listening to dreams. Transpersonal therapy is an exploration of you and your environment and how you affect each other. Profound healing happens when we dive into our subconscious, allowing it to show us where we are blocked. Bring into awareness what was once unknown.

— Margaret Bell, Counselor in Denver, CO

Dr. Inez utilizes Jungian archetypes and psychedelics to evoke a sense of ritual and ceremony in her work.

— Janine Inez, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in New York, NY

Transpersonal psychology is the psychology of transformation. One that is integrative/holistic, and beyond ego. Transpersonal psychology incorporates traditional forms of psychology and then adds another lens that helps me and you see beyond what is right in front of us.

— Rachael Rosenberg, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Los altos, CA

A transpersonal approach to therapy means that I do not think there is a separation between our psychological and spiritual self. My therapeutic approach is informed by my 10+ years as a practitioner, student and teacher of meditation and yoga. Spiritual truths and teachings can help us heal, and there is value in connecting our sense of purpose, meaning and value in this world.

— Mackenzie Studebaker, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist