The INTEGRAL LIFE CHANGE process is all about CONNECTING WITHIN to see differently, and choose anew. We ignore the very skills that make this easy, and are conflicted about the goals we most want. This service focuses on this, to enhance clarity, and re-connection to the strengths we already have.
“Possibility exists in every adversity.” Lailah Gifty Akita
Don’t make changing your life complex.
It isn’t. But it does need your help, along with;
The goal is the INTEGRAL STATE, or HAPPINESS to put it simply.
I have never met a person yet where this does not mean; Freedom, Peace of Mind, and Certainty.
The Integral Life Change Process aims to restore the resources you already have within to make change happen. It is more about being learning to be empowered, with the skills and strengths you already have, rather than learning a technique.
Every problem you face, be it STRESS, ANXIETY, or DEPRESSION is related to your perception of it.
To CONNECT WITHIN to our INNER RESOURCES bypasses the problem, to the place where you can CHANGE ANYTHING.
And there you have it, It isn’t rocket science. The reason anything is achievable is that within YOU, IS the power to achieve ANYTHING!
Our INNER SKILLS of MIND, HEART, BREATH, ENERGY, when aligned, and with a single purpose become breathtakingly powerful.
At MINDwell we want this FOR YOU!
That is our mission, our purpose, our sole reason for
existing as a business is to HELP YOU!
New Website — www.MINDwell.online
Why ONLINE Counselling/Coaching
The effects of online psychotherapy outlasted the results of face-to-face counseling
A University of Zurich study divided a group of 62 patients in half and found that depression was eased in 53 percent of those given online therapy, compared to 50 percent who had in-person counseling. Three months after completing the study, 57 percent of online patients showed no signs of depression compared to 42 percent with conventional therapy.
– Journal of Affective Disorders, 2013
Online therapy significantly lowered the number of hospital visits among veterans.
In a four-year Johns Hopkins study that included close to 100,000 veterans, the number of days that patients were hospitalized dropped by 25 percent if they chose online counseling. This is slightly higher than the number of hospital visits experienced by patients who used face-to-face counseling.
– Psychiatric Services, April 2012
A Canadian study shows that online therapy delivers the same satisfaction at slightly less the cost.
Patients in Ontario, Canada were assigned to face-to-face or live video counseling and experienced statistically the same clinical outcome and level of patient satisfaction. The only difference was that the cost of providing the online service was 10% less per patient.
– American Psychiatric Association, 2007
Online therapy may be an efficient way to provide PTSD treatment to a large group of people.
A pilot study compared the effectiveness of online cognitive behavioral therapy and in-person supportive therapy in 45 Defense service members suffering from post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after the September 11th attack. After eight weeks those receiving online therapy showed greater improvement. Six months after their first meeting those who had received online therapy continued to show improvement, in direct contrast to the in-person group.