Advanced Integrative Therapy (AIT) regards the fundamental cause of human suffering to be trauma, which can create psychological disorders, physical illnesses, and spiritual issues. AIT’s theoretical perspective integrates aspects of quantum mechanics, neuropsychology, and spiritual philosophy with energy psychology and psychodynamic theory, as well as attachment therapy, analytical psychology, trauma theory, cognitive-behavioral therapy, transpersonal psychology, and body- centered psychotherapy. Treating the many areas in which trauma affects people, it focuses on the whole person rather than the psyche. It utilizes the gentle energetic removal of the aftereffects of trauma and transforms the negative beliefs that trauma engenders. It also utilizes the reparative relationship between client and therapist, energetic treatment of the brain’s trauma-caused dysfunctions, and meditation to effect healing and transformation.

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