Transpersonal psychology, or spiritual psychology, is a sub-field or school of psychology that integrates the spiritual and transcendent aspects of the human experience with the framework of modern psychology.
Circling brings meditation to the interpersonal space and vests you with tools and techniques to hold space and form deep connections. It's also a great tool for insight.
During Circling you practice you stay connected to yourself while also staying in touch with your partner and the group.
Internal Family Systems (IFS) is an integrative approach to individual psychotherapy developed in the 1980s. In it, the mind is seen as made up of different parts that often pursue conflicting agendas. IFS brings these parts and their agendas into harmony.
Art therapy enables non-verbal expression and conscious access to subconscious content through doing art.
Both the act of creation and the final outcome serve as trailheads into the inner world and a transformation thereof. In this process, creative resources can be rediscovered, self-healing powers can be mobilized, and change can be stimulated.
Meditation gradually shifts one's essence from existing in "doing" to existing in "being". It also opens up oneself to the highs and lows of life, while vesting oneself with the tools needed to fully dive into the lows without drowning, and simultaneously rejoicing in the highs without clinging.
During our Individual Check-In you will have time and space to reflect with a Steward individually. This helps to uncover subconscious thought patterns, discuss your path so far as well as going forward, and helps you further with your growth. It's a safe space for whatever you want to bring to the check-in.