the private healing process

The privacy aspect of P.S.H. is undoubtedly one of the most significant differences between this form of therapy and almost all others.

For most people, the subconscious feelings that can cause discontent and illness are often buried so deeply within, that most of the time we don't even know we have them.

And, nearly always, we don't know what caused them. So, long distressing conversations trying to analyse possible causes don't help, and are not part of the healing process.

The therapist doesn't need to know about those things in order to be able to help.

The process of change can take place entirely within the privacy of the client's inner self.