Holistic Psychotherapy Center

One Soul

When one soul is set ablaze by truth, the whole universe ignites, and for an instant light reaches every corner, cave and crevasse.

When the heart remembers what it is, joined in vastness by joy and suffering, both the future and the past dissolve like snowflakes on the tongue.

There is nowhere to run, no reason to do anything bus rest in the cradles of the cosmos, rocked in the arms of emptiness, and held in the near embrace of love.

Danna Faulds

Philosophy

We are a group of mindfulness-informed Psychotherapists. We practice from a Humanistic/Interpersonal perspective, drawing on the wisdom of Eastern/Western philosophy and Psychology.

Our alternative approach to Psychotherapy blends traditional psychodynamic "talk therapy" with Eastern Philosophy/Psychology, such as Reiki, Breath Work, Meditation, Mindfulness, Posture, Spirituality, Ayurvedic lifestyle, and healthy living.

Whether you are looking for total transformation or a few set of tools to enhance your lifestyle, our unique relationship will guide you on your journey to self-discovery, as you reclaim your inner-strengths.

Specialties

With over a decade of practice and experience, we conduct sessions in Polish, English, & Spanish. Our mission is to blend research from integrative medicine and traditional theories in psychotherapy with ancient wisdom of yoga, Ayurveda, and Reiki, in order to gently guide you through your process of integrating mind, body, and spirit. Our holistic approach is one of the best!

We specialize in the following areas:

Relationship issues; Depression / Guilt / Shame; Low Self-Confidence; Anxieties / Fears / Phobias; Stress Management; Chronic Pain or Illness; Separation / Divorce; Elderly Persons Disorders; Life Transitions; Gay / Lesbian Issues; Loss or Grief; Life Coaching; Parenting; Spirituality; Reiki / Holistic Healing

WhatToExpect

Every person or couple who visits the Holistic Psychotherapy Centre has a unique story to tell. During your first session with us, as we get to know each other, we listen intently to your life's journey.

Your initial visits are spent on talking about what brings you to therapy today, what you expect from our sessions, what your particular needs are, and how we can be of help to you in your path to wellness. Your developmental process is tailored to your personal needs and desired outcome and expectations.

We are looking forward to helping you through your new journey and growth.

Latest Posts

1. Practice Gratitude
Being grateful for the things you have in life is one of the most rewarding habits you can develop. It helps you appreciate the things you have and enjoy them, rather than compare yourself with others and desire what they have.
It is recommended to write down three things you are grateful for the first thing in the morning. It will take you only a few minutes of your time and help you enjoy the good emotions as you remember a good experience, time, or a person.
2. Feel your feet and palms
Focus on the pads of your feet and palms and feel the pressure of the feet against the floor, the cold or hot, the comfort and discomfort. Then, clench the hands into fits and release. Repeat a few times! This simple exercise will anchor you to the present moment.
3. Notice the environment
Take in your surroundings and allow your mind to let go. As you relax, you can see and hear the things around you, whether it is the phone in your hands or the items on your desk. Encompass your entire environment and you will gradually become aware of all the things around you.
4. Breathe Deeply
Virtually all meditation techniques focus on breathing because it is the ideal way to relax. Breathe deeply, inhale for three seconds and exhale for three seconds. Feel free to gradually increase the amount of seconds, which will boost the relaxation process.
5. Listen, don’t just hear
When conversing with someone, try to pay attention to the time in which you judge the person. Once you have noticed, you can try to avoid the judging and focus on the conversation instead. Listen and observe, don’t judge!
6. The Mindful Shower
Shower is the ideal time to practice mindfulness. The next time you have a shower, watch the water and notice how it feels as it washes your skin. Smell the body wash, focus your mind on the details, etc.
7. Mindful eating
Try to eat mindfully. This means that you should pay attention to the experience of eating, the smells, colors, temperatures, textures, and flavors. No multitasking- phones down! Focus both on the inside and outside of the body as well as the experience of your body. This will help you understand which food nurtures your body and which one should be avoided.

Testimonial

Katarzyna Haberko LCSWR is a psychotherapist who works with her very deep intuition, her keen expertise backed by study and experience for many years which she has devoted herself to and with warmth and compassion. She is a therapist who both provides a safe environment and climate for deep work and also challenges the client

Susan Lambert, LCSW