What is Neuropsychotherapy?

The practice of Neuropsychotherapy is a mode of working with clients to address a wide range of psychological and physiological distresses by helping clients become aware of how neural processes are linked to their feeling states and perceptions, whilst at the same time aiming to achieve, for the client, a fundamental requirement for safety, in whatever area of life they are experiencing difficulty. In the application of Neuropsychotherapy it is the therapist’s role to raise client awareness and enhance client’s control over their perceptional, cognitive and hormonal systems and to work with the client to down-regulate (lessen) the psychological and physiological symptoms of distress. It is also the therapist’s role to demonstrate and work with their clients to reveal the links and interdependencies of these perceptional, cognitive and hormonal systems, in both in body and mind.