Then counselling might be an option. You might face a life decision, (re)consider your professional path or be driven by curiosity about what life can be, beyond the current state and situation.
In Psychosynthesis counselling we combine tools from ancient traditions, such as meditation practice, with modern psychotherapy such as ACT (an advancement of KBT practice). Our approach incorporates Body, Feelings and Mind and the interplay between the three aspects of a human being.
Anna Thurdin Hedblad has a four year diploma in Psychosynthesis Counselling. In her therapeutic work she often explore the systems and patterns that surround us – like family systems or organisations – in order to increase awareness and unfold new paths of action.
Erik Hedblad is a counsellor in training at Psykosyntesakademin, Stockholm. Erik is often described as present, non-prestegious and challenging. Erik takes on new clients as a part of his training, at a reduced rate. Contact Erik to set up a meeting.
Psychosynthesis is a branch of psychology that pays attention to both our life history – what has shaped us – and glances at what more is possible that has not yet come to form. Some call it potential, creativity or even spirituality. This bi-focal view is at the heart of Psychosynthesis. Psychosynthesis has its roots in C.G Jung and was developed in Italy by Roberto Assagioli. It rests on a belief in every individuals right to, and responsibility for his or her own life. This makes Psychosynthesis a part of the existential psychology.
Anna Thurdin Hedblad