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Join us as Dalybeth Reasoner,
Join us as Dalybeth Reasoner, therapist and tenured professor of Psychology at UH shares with us where therapy is at today, and what is available that can help us move to new levels in our lives! Beyond just “talking to your psychologist”, what is out there for healing? If you are dealing with stress and struggle, sadness, or detachment and nothing has helped, or you have issues (both past and present) that zap your energy – whether physical, mental or emotional, Dalybeth will share therapies available here in Honolulu that may be just what you are looking for! Join us on Thursday, May 19th from 6pm-7pm at Happiness U.
Here’s an overview of the most popular treatments, the research on their efficacy and the ethical concerns they raise.
Many dietary supplements are used to promote health and wellness as well as to treat pain, depression and anxiety.
Meditation is a process by which people learn to focus their attention as a way of gaining greater insight into themselves and their surroundings.
Aromatherapy is “the art and science of utilizing naturally extracted aromatic essences from plants to balance, harmonize, and promote the health of body, mind and spirit”.
Massage therapy is a manual procedure that involves manipulating the body’s soft tissue as a way to relieve tension and pain as well as anxiety and depression.
Yoga incorporates several techniques, such as meditation, breathing exercises, sustained concentration, and physical postures, which work to increase strength and flexibility.
Progressive Muscle Relaxation
Through this technique, the client learns to sequentially tense and relax muscle groups to promote greater relaxation. Progressive muscle relaxation, or PMR, is often beneficial for clients experiencing anxiety, tension, or stress-related symptoms.
Spirituality, Religion and Prayer
The U.S. Religious Landscape Survey found that 56 percent of those surveyed indicated that religion was very important to them.
Movement therapy is the psychotherapeutic use of movement to promote [the] emotional, cognitive, physical, and social integration of individuals.
Laughter is the best medicine: increases endorphins, and decreases the stress hormones – cortisol.
This technique to improve health and functioning through stimulation of specific points on the body has been used for thousands of years.
The term Reiki means spiritually guided life force energy. Reiki involves the passing of energy from a trained Reiki practitioner’s body to the client’s body as a method of healing.
This technique uses electrical sensors to provide information to a client that can help him or her improve health and/or performance.
Hypnosis (Past Life and In Between Life Regression)
The Society of Psychological Hypnosis defines hypnosis as a process by which one person (the subject) is guided by another.
EMDR/Induced After Death Communication
Using eye movements to desensitize and reprogram past grief and trauma.
The American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) defines music therapy as an established health profession in which music is used within a therapeutic relationship to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals.
Emotion Freedom Technique/Thought Field Therapy (The Tapping Solution)
Using Meridian Tapping to heal anxiety, trauma, phobias.
Float Tank Therapy
Deep rest from gravity and stimulation helpful for PTSD, depression, anxiety.
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I have lived in Florida, New York, Holland and Hawaii for the past 25 years. I have a Masters in Counseling Psychology and have been working in this field for over 15 years. My experience includes Kahi Mohala (psychiatric hospital), Child Protective Services, Individual and Family Therapy for Department of Health, School counselor for the Department of Education and Adjunct Professor for Hawaii Pacific University, Chaminade and University of Hawaii for the past 10 years. PositiveHealthHawaii.com