Within the psychotherapy and mental performance training process, I have often found including complimentary modalities to be highly beneficial in achieving the desired goals of a client.

There are many approaches that can be employed to create changes in our unwanted behaviors, performance barriers or distressing emotional experiences. In addition to insight-oriented psychotherapy and teaching cognitive behavioral skills, the main complementary techniques I incorporate into my work with clients are Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Hypnosis, and Process Healing Method (PHM).

There are also a variety of energy therapies I use such as Thought Field Therapy and Tapas Acupressure Technique. Although all of these can be used in psychotherapy or mental performance training, the majority of my mental performance training clients like the combination of cognitive behavioral therapy, Hypnosis and EMDR.

These methods can be used exclusively or in combination with psychotherapy or mental performance training. It really depends on what fits for you. I encourage you to learn more about each modality so you will be better informed about the options available for our work together.