How to take a client through a Root-Cause Therapy session


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How to take a client through a Root-Cause Therapy session


Step 1. Firstly, there are infinite layers of emotions, blocks and limiting beliefs that could be worked through. It depends on the goals at the time. For example, if you were to decide that you wanted to be the local mayor, different beliefs & traumas may be blocking you as opposed to having a goal of reaching your ideal weight.


Step 2. In relation to the goal or intention, you will want to take the client through different emotions, asking them what pops up in their mind when mentioning each one. This can reveal what is being held onto that can be released, again, only in relation to the goal. This will allow more presence, joy and energy in the now to help them to more easily move forward.


Step 3. You want to look at their life holistically. How do they measure, not only how they feel certain...

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How To Combine Root-Cause Therapy with Trauma-Informed Manifestation Coaching


Free Live Class Replay: How to Combine Trauma-Informed Manifestation coaching with Root-Cause Therapy

Whether you are just interested in learning more about our certification or if you are already a student.
In this free class, I will be going over how to combine these healing and coaching methodologies for incredible outcomes with your clients.

Here's the link if you are interested in purchasing both in a bundle:

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EMDR vs Root-cause Therapy Treatment Benefits

When it comes to treatment of mental health issues, such as depression, PTSD, anxiety and more it has been found over and over again that healing trauma can be effective in recovery of many symptoms that people experience which negatively affects them day to day.


A therapy that often gets spoken about is EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). This was discovered by a psychologist named Francine Shapiro whom invented EMDR in the 1980s when she noticed that moving her eyes from side to side seemed to reduce the occurrence of her own distressing memories.

Although there have been some clinical trials for EMDR, the purpose of this article is to compare this older therapy to one of the latest therapies being introduced to heal trauma and its negative effects, Root-cause Therapy. As the name suggests, this therapy is about getting to the Root-cause of people's current presenting issues. You can learn more about Root-Cause Therapy and what it is here.


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What to do when your clients/patients cannot sleep

We naturally want the best for our clients, and when we cannot help them in a particular area it can become frustrating for them and ourselves.


When we think about sleep, we understand that there is a huge importance in the quality and consistency needed to achieve a restful night's sleep. As you may have experienced for yourself, not having enough sleep can negatively affect your mental health as well as ability to concentrate and be patient with others.


If a lack of quality sleep turns into an on-going issue of chronic sleep deprivation it can greatly impact someone’s life as a whole. Conversely, some people have had issues sleeping their whole lives and are somewhat used to being able to function on broken or little sleep, not realizing there is a solution for them.


At The Centre for Healing we are of the belief that everyone deserves good sleep and that it is not natural for someone to a) not be able to get to sleep or b) wake frequently creating...

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What is Root-Cause Therapy?


What is Root-Cause Therapy?


Root-Cause Therapy is a trauma healing method which uses regression to allow the completion of unprocessed emotions which are still presently causing unwanted thoughts, behaviors and symptoms. 


With advanced ways of testing and discovering the actual causation of the currently presenting unease within one self,  which could be reflecting itself through negative life patterns and choices. A practitioner facilitated the client to tap into the self healing mechanisms of the deeper parts of their mind in an empowering safe container. 


Assumptions and ‘theories’ are no longer necessary as we create a way for the mind and body to consciously access and reassess from a clearer perspective, whether this be in the past or negative projections into the future. 


Each session with an RCT therapist is structured in such a way that they can help prioritise and work through life-long symptoms and past hurts in...

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Raise Your Vibrational Frequency

If you are on the path of raising your vibration then this practical list will help you in-between your healing sessions.

As you take on more light (or more of your soul comes in) into your body, your nervous system needs to upgrade to be able to integrate this new energy.

Here are is a list of things that you can incorporate into your life which will assist with both raising your vibration and enhancing how much light your body can absorb.

We have also added some tips on what to avoid, but as you raise your vibration these will come naturally to you;

  1. Eat as healthy as possible. Whenever you go out to a cafe grab a green juice instead of a coffee. Replace dairy with coconut oil, milk and other alternatives. Reduce meat intake and increase raw fruits and veggies.
  2. Stop watching the news. As your vibration increases, you will naturally be more sensitive to negativity as your walls come down and heal. Watching programs that induce fear and violence will decrease your...
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How To Ease "The Healing Hangover"

The ‘healing hangover’ or technically the Integration Period after a deep healing session.

A few of our clients are going through this at the moment, so it inspired me to write up about it in regards to what to expect and what is actually happening and the best way to manage it.

While I don’t like to put expectations or suggestions into peoples minds, after having conducted hundreds of healing sessions and having experienced a lot of healing’s myself (and many hangovers) this article is a generalisation of experiences and tips. You may experience little or none of these or you may experience them all. The main reason why I wanted to create this was because I have a belief that fear comes from not understanding, or expecting the worst
– so to avoid that I would like to give you some tips around this time that should help.

1. What to expect straight after your healing.

During a healing, a lot of pent up negative stagnant energy is being...

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The Healing Hangover

If you have experienced a healing before, you may be aware of the healing hangover during the integration period.

When I first experienced this for myself, I was not warned about how I would be feeling afterwards or how to manage it. Was I in for an unpleasant surprise!

This particular healer was actually hired as a business coach. I was running a therapy practice and needed some help and had met him at a business networking meeting.

My first appointment was booked. It was a Thursday night.

It was so strange as I never experienced anything like it before. It was the first time that I really got to experience the power of energy and our mind. Let’s just say that the TV turned on by itself, it was that intense.

The next day I was feeling so depressed. Again, I was not warned about this and had been doing a lot of work on my personal development over the previous 6 months, so I was feeling quite balanced emotionally for a long time.

Back to feeling depressed. I...

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Why Is It So Hard To Forgive?

When I think of the word forgiveness, I think of my clients who find it hard to forgive someone. By the end of the session they have, but the main feeling that they needed to release first was the anger.

When you think of someone that you don’t want to forgive, when you think of that person – what is the first emotion that pops up for you?

Majority of the time it will be anger.

Why is it that we feel anger, and why do we hold on to that resentment with them? To understand that, we will need to understand anger, as the emotion will tell us the reason as to why we cannot forgive.

Anger is a response to something or someone that has not complied with what we wanted, what we were expecting – an idea or picture in our mind that we are attached too.

Perhaps you have asked someone to do something for you, or trusted them to take care of something that you let them borrow? We always would give this person the benefit of the doubt, otherwise, we wouldn’t have...

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Why Healing Is So Important

Few of us were lucky enough to grow up in a household of conscious parents.

From a young age, we have not been taught emotional intelligence,  how to navigate guidance from our soul, or even how to see everyone as one or a mirror of ourselves.

This has led to males being told not to cry or be emotional. It has led to women feeling very emotional and not knowing how to deal with it in a constructive way and be told that they are crazy for showing emotions.

Chances are because of the above and many other circumstances such as trauma or belief systems being forced onto us (most of the time with good intention but lack of truth or awareness).   It is so important to heal these wounds.

These experiences and occurrences form how we see the world in this moment. Every encounter from the baggage, misperception or emotions bottled up leads to us misinterpreting the current moment. It is like balls and chains which restrict our happiness, our energy and negatively...

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