Therapy Holidays - Our Ethos & Therapies
Trancescend Therapy holidays Thailand, empower our clients through a person centred and flexible approach..
We work together with the client to deliver a mixture of relaxation, Counselling and psychology with clinical hypnotherapy, tailored to suite our client’s needs.
Trancescend Therapy Holidays Thailand is set in 5,358 acres of rural Thailand. Here, you are encouraged to submerge yourself in centuries’ old rural culture and Buddhist philosophy whilst, visiting the many temples, lakes, and markets.
Trancescend Therapy Holidays Thailand, truly delivers a seed to table rural Thai experience. Encounter the rich pleasure of picking and sourcing fresh fruit and vegetables for your-self.
Dine, on a variety of fresh water and sea foods handpicked from the local markets and cooked together with local families, recipes that have been handed down; from generation to generation.
Trancescend Therapy holidays Thailand, allow you, to not only taste the variety of locally sourced crops, it also allows you to understand the best techniques for preparing and cooking them whilst, soaking in the personal, friendly and relaxing experience from our team of staff and their families.
It could be said, for those leaving the stresses of a fast-passed life in Europe or else where behind, in exchange for this spirituality, is a therapeutic experience in its self.
Lets look at what therapy has to offer!
Your therapy begins before you arrive, as you begin to fill out some easy questionnaires. These allow our staff to be fully prepared for your arrival, so you can just relax and feel the benefit of your preferred comforts.
Are team are waiting at the airport on your arrival. So, from the minute you arrive you can be assured of a no fuss transfer to the resort.
From food to accommodation and the day’s activities our dedicated staff with, over 20 years’ experience, will be already getting a feel for what will suite you best. Our therapists will also use these questionnaires to start working alongside our staff to incorporate the many different holistic therapies into your day to day activities.
So, you can experience first-hand, the integrated application of therapy, for your preferred goals, whilst soaking up the rural atmosphere of Thai country life.
There will be plenty of down time for you to relax whether on the lake, in the swimming pool, exploring down town, Den Chang and Suphan Buri or, just in the hotel emailing friends with pictures of your new experiences; you will be in safe hands.
A mobile telephone will be provided on arrival with a direct line to your personal assistant and team organiser. A direct line will also be provided for your therapist, who is just a few minutes ride away, if needed, when enjoying some down time.
Our therapists use both person-centred and psychodynamic integrated therapy. Depending on your needs, our therapists also integrate a cognitive behavioural and clinical hypnotherapeutic approach and psychological education, amongst a few counselling traditions.
So what does all that psycho babel mean I hear you cry? No problem, let me explain in some simple terms.
Person Centred Therapy
Client-centred or person-centred therapy is a counselling approach that recognises the importance for the client to take an active role within his or her own therapy. Here you are encouraged to take your own direction of empowerment supported by the therapist.
The aim is to try to keep you in the present so to clarify your insights and promote self- independence and positive internal recognition, without, heavily relying on social networks that, at times can lower your self-esteem. Person centred therapy allows clients to boost self-esteem and confidence. Our therapists will promote an understanding, empathetic and honest approach to whatever may trouble you, allowing you to become the expert to your own integration of fulfilling relationships and expression of true feelings. A useful part to this therapy incorporates assertive training, which allows you to negotiate and attain psychological well-being in a manner that suggests, you are a, confident and adaptive individual.
This technique is great for overcoming those tiresome work colleagues or those energy drainers who we meet on a day to day basis. During your stay with us, you’ll easily begin to focus more, on your present, whilst experiencing the day to day activities and notice, the expectation of western culture sliding away. A perfect environment for life changing experiences! I’m sure you will agree!
A Psychodynamic approach offers the tradition of psychotherapy over a shorter period of time and, is often more intense hence, integrating a person centred approach to support your exploration of past experiences. These past experiences form patterns of emotional content that are linked to fixed ways of behaving whilst in similar situations within the present or the future experiences. Whether these patterns are still conducive to the present experience, or not, we tend to keep on using the same pattern. Psychodynamic therapy helps us pin point where these patterns originated so we can make sense of them, work through them and, make changes in order to overcome them.
Psychological education is simply suggesting, to ourselves, social and developmental theories that have proven, specific variables, that can be linked to certain personality traits or behaviours.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Our therapists use an integrated style and mixture of therapies to suite your personal needs. Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is immersed into your day to day interactions with your therapist.
Here negative patterns of thought or beliefs, morals and ideals about self and the world, are challenged, in order, to change unwanted patterns of behaviour or treat many mood disorders such as depression.
And the cream on the cake, Clinical Hypnotherapy
Clinical hypnosis can be used to overcome a wide range of issues, from pain control too lowering the symptoms of stress and depression, addictions, weight control and attachment difficulties, the list is endless.
Our practitioners, if required, incorporate hypnotherapy into your daily sessions. Firstly, hypnotherapy is a deep state of relaxation that can be anchored to your own resourceful states out of therapy.
Secondly, and, something that is covered in more detail in the psychological education, when we become stressed or depressed and out of our present focus of attention, our body is using a particular branch of the nervous system to negotiate the demands of a busy schedule.
This fight and flight response can cause the release of cortisol’s that become over stimulated and can cause a breakdown of positive neuro biological messages.
This type of integrated therapy if, explained systematically, and in an easy to understand manner, can really deepen your understanding of any difficulties you may be experiencing and help to promote change.
Analysis from our psychologist will, at times, steer away from the person centred approach to formalise a description of the existence for these personnel troubles. Some light, CBT homework, may be given, so you can apply these new skills to your environment enabling you to practice, away, from the therapy room.
Our team of staff, with your permission, can be made aware of what you might like to work on, therefore incorporating a supportive role whilst on your day to day sight-seeing trips.
Deep breathing or this mindfulness state, whilst under hypnosis, allows the release of the feel good chemicals that allows you to remain calm and relaxed.
So, an example of how the therapy is integrated into your activities could be morning yoga sessions, alongside hypnotherapy which really allows you to develop internal experiences, and deepen your understanding.
Thirdly, hypnotherapy can suggestively, alter unconscious patterns of ingrained behaviour that really compliment your therapy and so work on many levels of both conscious and unconscious awareness. I’m sure you’ll agree, now you have become a little more aware of the different therapies, your potential for change whilst working with our experienced practitioners will be greatly strengthened.
Cooking as therapy can be quite effective. As well as a means to learn new skills, recipes, and techniques, it can help you to relax. It encourages creativity in the combining of ingredients, and in the final presentation.
It’s used as just part of a therapy program for a wide range of mental and behavioral problems including the relief of depression, ADHD, addictions, anxiety, and even eating disorders! Cooking is an instantly rewarding experience that enables you to see (and taste!) the results, plus the satisfaction of creating a good meal that you can share with others.