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Root Cause Therapy Explained


Root Cause Therapy is a type of therapy that aims to identify and address the underlying causes of an individual's emotional or physical symptoms. The therapy process typically involves a detailed assessment of the person's history, symptoms, and current life situation, as well as an examination of possible contributing factors such as past trauma, unresolved emotions, or underlying medical conditions. Once the root causes of the symptoms have been identified, the therapist works with the individual to develop a treatment plan that addresses these underlying issues.


The benefits of Root Cause Therapy include improved emotional and physical well-being, increased self-awareness, and the ability to make lasting changes in one's life. Additionally, this type of therapy can help individuals understand and overcome the underlying causes of their symptoms, which can lead to a reduction in symptoms and an improvement in overall quality of life.


Someone would use Root Cause Therapy when they have symptoms that are not resolved by conventional treatments, or if they are looking for a more holistic and in-depth approach to addressing their issues. Root Cause Therapy is also used when individuals are looking to understand the underlying causes of their symptoms, rather than just treating the symptoms themselves. This type of therapy can be beneficial for individuals who have experienced trauma, have unresolved emotional issues, or have chronic health conditions.


Root Cause Therapy is a safe, guided deep dive into the subconscious. Connecting with your body and allowing you to feel emotions and release them. The sessions involve breathwork, relaxation, and a visualization process. This is not hypnosis, and the client is in a meditative state, aware of the room around them. This is done in a safe private space and the session can last from 60-90mins.

Client's report feeling lighter, happier, and clearer thinking post-session.

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