Throughout life our brains continually change. Along with evolutionary change, this may be attributed to things like behaviours, experiences and genetics. Particularly after physical or emotional trauma, neuroplasticity allows the brain to rewire itself and the way we may view ourselves.
Developments in neurobiological research, in conjunction with neural imaging studies, have illustrated how negative experiences can affect the brain. These findings demonstrate the effect of adverse stress on the function of the brain.
Neuropsychotherapy is the ‘language’ used between therapist and client to help restructure the brain towards healthy functioning and overall wellbeing.
How can Neuropsychotherapy help?
Neuropsychotherapy uses current information from the field of neuroscience to reduce emotional, physical, social or spiritual distress. It can shift blood flow away from neural looping, thus treating depression or constant worrying that creates anxiety.
The latest research in this field suggests that Neuropsychotherapy may significantly assist in reversing long-held beliefs about self that have been debilitating or non-serving. This can offer a shift in consciousness and attitude so people can choose more positive behaviours and experience overall wellbeing.