Bach Flower therapy, done right, can heal mental and emotional disharmony, from the root. through the administration of Bach Flower remedies.
Our approach to therapy is client-centric. The client is at the centre of the therapeutic practice. This implies the therapy necessitates knowing the client at a certain level of depth through multi-layered diagnosis, selecting the right remedies (keeping in mind their inter-relationships), making composites, staging the treatment and periodic review.
These are subtle liquid extracts of flowers wild trees and bushes, which are used to uniquely address profound issues of emotional well-being and mind-body health.
There are 38 remedies that were discovered by Dr Edward Bach in England between 1920 and 1940s.
These remedies along with 4 million-plus possible combinations are being used currently in over 70 countries the world over.
The remedies are safe and gentle and can be used on babies, expectant mothers, children, adults, aged people, pets and even plants.
They contain no bio-chemic component and are purely energetic in nature, hence can be used as a complementary therapy alongside any other course of treatment with no danger of side-effects, over-dosing or contra-indications.
Besides addressing day to day issues and restoring harmony, Bach Flower remedies address mental health issues like Addiction, Anger, Anxiety, Depression, Fears and Phobias, Grief, Impatience, Lack of self-confidence and self-esteem, Loneliness, Low self-worth, Mental exhaustion, Performance anxiety, PTSD, Relationship issues, Sleeplessness, Stress, Suicidal tendencies, Trauma, among others.
In order to expedite the healing process and help clients resolve/dissolve deep-seated issues, the therapist may recommend a blended approach to heal integrating Bach Flower therapy, psychotherapy, mindfulness therapy and transformational coaching.
Depending on the need of the client there could be monthly, bi-weekly and weekly consults.