Talk therapy

Rogers talk therapy is a human-understanding and empathetic form of psychotherapy. The client seeking advice is led in the conversation to a felt self-knowledge.

The therapist empathizes with the client and thus perceives his utterances and the underlying unconscious feelings, beliefs and conflicts underlying the problem. During the conversation, the therapist gently and respectfully reflects the client's words with words. In this way the client acquires "self-awareness", i. he becomes aware of what is going on in him.

In this context, the growth potential inherent in each human being is revealed. The client is helped in all phases of life and in every age to his own individual personality development.

Thus, this form of interviewing is a valuable aid when it comes to clarifying meaningful questions or to accompany the process of letting go of familiar life stages and sections.

Despite the rather inconspicuous nature of this form of talk therapy is effective, because by the awareness of the client increases his willingness to change, because he feels deeply accepted and understood.

Mental Field Therapy according to Dr. Klinghardt

Mental Field Techniques (MFT) offer a lifelong non-invasive therapy and self-help method for balancing the autonomic nervous system. They are based on the knowledge that emotional states of tension and pain often arise when problems and trauma are not dealt with properly. As a result, parts of the mental body separate from the physical body.

The treatment consists in making the split off or repressed parts aware with different Mental Field Techniques and integrating them. The knocking technique is used for this. Specific acupuncture points are tapped while the client thinks of difficult, traumatic situations or utters a sentence that relates to the topic, e.g. pain, sadness, anger. At the same time, self-acceptance is promoted.

Mental field therapy is used successfully for acute and chronic stress states, fears (e.g. before exams), phobias, addictions, emotional upsets, pain, hyperactivity and for trauma treatment. Success can often be seen after a few minutes.

In addition to the tapping method, other techniques are used in Mental Field Therapy that Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt developed it together with the alternative practitioner Amelie Schmeer and described it in the books "„Handbuch für Mentalfeldtechniken“ und „Mentalfeld-Techniken – ganz praktisch“.

These include working with beliefs, forgiveness methods, using colored glasses and eye movements to "uncouple" problems, art therapeutic techniques, soul contact, therapeutic work with genograms to name just the most important.

Psycho-Kinesiology (PK)

With the Psycho-Kinesiology (PK) according to Dr. Klinghardt, the therapist conducts - after a detailed preliminary talk - a dialogue with the client's subconscious via the muscle test. In doing so, repressed traumatic events are brought to light. The PK is thus an effective combination of kinesiology and psychotherapy.

Dr. Klinghardt assumes that many illnesses are based on unresolved emotional conflicts (UEC). Most of these conflicts are based on an earlier traumatic experience that could not be dealt with mentally. The UECs act as an energy blockade in the brain and are then stressful in many areas of life.

The most common reason an experience turns into "unresolved emotional conflict" is that we were unable to sense and / or express our feelings at the time of the experience. It can happen that a very “banal” event catches the brain on the wrong foot, so to speak.

We all go through many difficult situations from childhood to old age. The less prepared we are for a situation, the more difficult it can hit us and leave traces in the subconscious. It doesn't matter how long ago the event happened - it can even take decades before the first symptoms appear. During this time, "follow-up conflicts" can accumulate, which lead to an intensification of the symptoms. But these “daughter conflicts” can also be “redeemed” with the help of psycho-kinesiology.

Events that can lead to an unresolved emotional conflict:

• your own birth • the birth of siblings • school enrollment • change of school • certain behavior of a teacher • moving • change of occupation • beginning of puberty • pregnancy • sexual abuse • fear of death e.g. in a car accident • illness or death of a loved one • abortions • separation of parents • experiencing / surviving a war • addiction and dependence and much more.

Modern brain research has also recognized that unresolved emotional conflicts cause physical illnesses.

Signals from the body (pain, illness and other symptoms) are used in kinesiology to uncover the psychological causes. If there are physical complaints or strong psychological strain, the conflict is communicated, so to speak, in order to be "resolved".

With the kinesiological muscle test, the therapist can inquire into the conflict step by step until the client remembers the traumatic experience. With the muscle test it is possible to question the body on all life issues without being influenced by the mind. This gives the subconscious a language.

Then certain mental field techniques (MFT) e.g. tapping on certain meridian lines or other solving techniques decouples the disease-causing energy of the experience previously stored in the subconscious and releases it permanently.