Dr. Janet Hope. Psy.D. | Philadelphia, PA

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Emotional experiences in therapy can help you change.

Transformation

Genuine growth, change, and learning only occur when one is provided with a new experience. Scientists now know that certain types of experience which engage us in an emotionally resonant way actually create change on a neurological level. These experiences have the potential to change our sense of self and our way of seeing the world. Therapy then reaches clients in a way that complicated interpretations, imparting information, and labeling cannot.

Not Just Talk – Emotional Experience in Therapy

Research has shown that learning is a process that engages the whole person. Genuine change and growth is much more than an intellectual experience. Experiences with emotional resonance can change us on a deeper level.

Learning is experience. Everything else is just information.
– Albert Einstein

In therapy with me, you can benefit and grow through a blend of time-tested and sound research-based forms of experiential therapies and techniques which engage the emotional or right brain more, such as Experiential Focusing, Emotionally Focused Therapy, body focused therapy and Relational Therapy. Through the years, I have found the techniques grounded in these approaches to be an invaluable force in driving progress in therapy.

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Emotional Experiences in Therapy
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Emotional Experiences in Therapy
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Genuine growth, change, and learning only occur when one is provided with a new experience. Scientists now know that certain types of experience which engage us in an emotionally resonant way actually create change on a neurological level.
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