People seek therapy because of some form of emotional pain. To read more about what therapy is click here to read a description by psychologist Dr. Gregg Januszewski.
Positive Psychotherapy moves you beyond coping to thriving. It focuses on strengths rather than dwelling on deficits.
At Inspirations, Positive Psychotherapy is tailored to the individual. It is an uplifting therapy designed to make you feel better.
To get started in Positive Psychotherapy call 978-443-0714 or click here.
"Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart." - Carl Jung
About positive psychotherapy:
Many therapy traditions have a central positive focus, including Person-Centered Psychotherapy, Existential Psychotherapy and Jungian Psychotherapy.
At Inspirations, Positive Psychotherapy helps a person identify specific strengths for living a happier more fulfilling life. To read about this approach to positive psychotherapy click here to see an article on Positive Psychotherapy by psychologists Martin E. P. Seligman, Tayyab Rashid, and Acacia C. Parks from the Positive Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania. This article was originally published in the professional journal American Psychologist.
Another approach to positive psychotherapy is the work of psychiatrist Nossrat Peseschkian which can be found by clicking here for the site for the World Association for Positive Psychotherapy (WAPP) which is based in Wiesbaden, Germany.
Inspirations offers psychotherapy with Dr. Fred Gerhard, a licensed psychologist and licensed mental health counselor.
Easy access from Sudbury and nearby towns: Natick , Framingham , Marlborough , Hudson , Stow , Maynard , Acton , Concord , Carlisle, Lincoln , Wayland , and Weston .
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