Stress has become a fundamental cause of both physical and mental illness in today’s fast paced world. It is this fast paced world that has created such a void for self-care, to the point that most of us don’t even realize that we are heading for burnout. We therefore have to consider self-care as a practice in our day-to-day lives. Grow Me now offers two dynamic therapies that will certainly change and enhance your life, and overall well-being.
Psychological life coaching and logotherapy (PLCL) offers a dynamic form of coaching therapy that has been developed to find the mastery of your own life. How to care for yourself, effectively use coping skills for each negative situation in your life, as well how to maintain a well-balance and well-managed life.
This therapeutic process different from seeing a psychologist (educational or clinical) or seeing a life coach. The therapeutic process uses a combination of crucial empowering techniques adopted from the various schools of thoughts.
Using positive psychology and logotherapeutic techniques combined with life coaching provides a dynamic support to learn more about oneself, to help create authentic happiness, and become the master of oneself.The second approach is based on the oriental medical approach. Acudetoxification is a specialized form of acupuncture and is performed by placing five thin, sterile, single use needles in the exterior of the ear. It is a painless experience with a multitude of benefits.
The five points in the ear are used to balance the body’s energy (Qi) and healing processes, namely, the Sympathetic, Shen Men, Kidney, Liver and Lung. The Sympathetic and Shen Men points produces calming, relaxing and centering effects. The Kidney, Liver and Lung correspond to yin organ systems in Oriental medicine. The yin organs are seen as internal, nourishing, nurturing, restorative and supportive. They store the vital substances such as energy and essence. In modern Western medicine, the kidneys, liver and lungs relate to detoxification and cleansing.
‘The last human freedoms – the ability to choose one’s attitude in a given set of circumstances’….Viktor E. Frankl