Somatic psychotherapy focuses on the connection between the mind and body and how physical sensations and experiences affect emotional and psychological well-being.
It can effectively treat various mental health conditions, including anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and chronic pain. Somatic therapy is especially helpful for individuals who have experienced trauma or have difficulty expressing their emotions verbally.
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About The Speaker
Ms. Amira Rajput is a somatic mental health specialist who understands the concept of Holism, Holistic Medicine, and Behavioral Health, especially regarding spiritual health. She specializes in treating Obesity, Food/ Eating Disorders, Dual Diagnosis PTSD [Kidney-- Heart impairment], co-occurring Addiction, Substance Abuse, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Food Allergies, Brain-Gut Dysfunction, etc.
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(01:17) What is somatic psychotherapy?
(02:47) Are there any types and techniques of somatic psychotherapy?
(04:52) What can somatic psychotherapy treat, and how?
(08:11) How can it help employees overcome these health and well-being conditions caused by work-related stress?
(10:29) Can corporate wellness programs include somatic psychotherapy sessions?
(11:08) What would be your take on changing approaches toward employees' health and wellness in today's era?