"I wholly agree with you, Psych. is the perfect adjunct to Homeopathic Medicine. I came to this system in order to resolve the root cause of the state of mind precip. the disease and what I found in my research was a preponderance to re-infect…"
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Well, psychology has been my "first love" since I was very young..Due to my family "believes" I couldn't leave home and move to the city where at the time was the Faculty of Psychology, therefore I turned to Pharmacy. Then I moved to Ireland and I trained as homeopath, a science which relates to pyschology very well and it has been only 5 years ago that I was able to finally study and graduate in Psychology.
In my practice I find that the two disciplines complement each other very well: pyschotherapy skills come very handy and useful when you have those very closed up, introverted and reserved patients, teenagers, men and of course when the pathology is related to a mental disorder or imbalance.
In terms of practical approach, my patients report that they enjoy a consultation with me bacause I bring them to think to the issue in a different light without actually suggesting anything, but simply asking questions that force them unconsciously to analyze themselves and their emotion in a different way..Actually many times they say that the consultation is the beginning of the treatment: when they leave the consultation room they feel empowered and more conscious even before taking the remedy..and this is a great satisfaction for me!
As you can see, I've choosen to be a Homeopath first and I find psychology and psychotherapy a very powerful tool and in this way they work fantastic together..I'm not sure the opposite would work quite the same tough: through psychotherapy the therapist "leads" the patient through a specific path whilst I believe that true and more permanent healing comes when the therapist simply "follows" the patient through his onw path..if you know what I mean!!
What about you?How do you implement psychotherapy in your practice?