QUANTUM INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY
Price: 250 EUR /4 weeks - discount 16 % - includes 4 face to face sessions with a professional Psychotherapist, 4 micro-currents specific therapy sessions performed with Healy and 2 sessions of optimizing therapy using Timewaver BIZ technology
Price: 465 EUR /8 weeks - discount 21 % - includes 8 face to face sessions with a professional Psychotherapist, 8 micro-currents specific therapy sessions performed with Healy and 4 sessions of optimizing therapy using TimeWaver BIZ technology
Objectives of the Quantum Psychotherapy are to ameliorate or eliminate symptoms, to favor behavioral patterns, attitudes, disturbed relationships, maturation, development, perfect balance and mental well-being.
The Result of Psychotherapy is to significantly improvement and maintenance of the mental, spiritual and psychological health of the client. In Quantica720 we use state of the art TimeWaver quantum technology to identify solutions for mental/emotional disorders.
The themes for which a client can come into quantum psychotherapy: Mental and emotional disorders: anxiety: panic, obsessive-compulsive disorder, stress, mood / depression, behavioral / personality, phobic, eating, sleep, sexual, psychosomatic), addictions as work, tobacco, alcohol, drugs and many others.
We offer professional dedicated support for reaching personal and professional goals with the help of TimeWaver technology - state of the art quantum technology, helping you to achieve results faster and easier!
Let's now imagine you have a router, a connecting device, providing direct access to this information field, this “cloud” of relevant information about you from anywhere, at any time. TimeWaver technology system is a quantum physical interface to the information field of yourself and your family/groups and its environment.
TimeWaver aims to sort and simultaneously adjust probabilities. By adjusting probabilities with the this technology, we intend to directly access the most fundamental level of reality in quantum physics. This idea may sound abstract at first, yet by study one can see that what we refer to as the information field seems to be the invisible reality that has already been considered by ancient cultures as the element connecting mind and body.
And this is the goal of TimeWaver: to reveal hidden levels and, mobilize the hidden potential of possibilities.
Descriptions of some of the main psychotherapy subjects:
Characterized by excessive anxiety, worries and / or panic attacks. Symptoms occur for a longer period of time, at least 6 months, and may be caused by a series of events or activities. The affected person can not control emotions and worries.
Anxiety disorders include also features of other behaviors: discomfort, fear, embarrassment of a person who is present in the public or when interacting with others (social phobia), excessive fear or care not to get sick, fear of closed spaces (claustrophobia), wide open spaces (agoraphobia), the fear of being separated from the persons they love (separation anxiety), fear of weight gain (anorexia nervosa), lamentations about the manifestation of various symptoms of physical disorders triggered by psychiatric mechanisms (somatization disorders) or even serious illness (hypochondria) and posttraumatic stress disorder.
Characterized by the existence of images, obsessions, but also impulses or the urge to do something to diminish anxiety (rituals, repetitive behaviors). People who have these behaviors realize that their actions are not logical, but they can not stop without help.
Phobic disorders (phobias)
Characterized by intense, persistent and unreasonable fears triggered by various situations, circumstances, objects, etc. They cause anxiety, avoiding the situation (airplane, car, climbing), refusal of contact even visually (with the insect, the animal), the desire for isolation. They are classified as general (agoraphobia, social phobia) or specific.
Acute stress disorder - involves repeatedly recalling some overwhelming things or traumatic situations if the symptoms persist for more than 4 weeks.
Posttraumatic stress disorder - involves recurrence, intrusive memories of a traumatic, terrifying, painful event. Symptoms include avoiding stimuli associated with the traumatic event, nightmares and other body-specific reactions to stress (lack of sleep, anxiety, overactive states, difficulty concentrating, isolation tendency).
Anorexia Nervosa Characterized by the fear of obesity and the constant desire to lose weight. For women, this disorder causes nausea, but also other physiological imbalances.
Bulimia Nervosa Characterized by recurrent episodes of excessive food consumption, followed by excessive behavior - induced vomiting, laxative or diuretics abuse. Symptoms manifest at least 2 times a week for 3 months.
Compulsive eating disorder Compulsive eating is characterized by the recurrence of eating large amounts of food accompanied by loss of control. This disorder is not followed by inadequate compensation behaviors (induced vomiting or laxative abuse).
Characterized by manifestations such as persistent sadness, anxiety, feelings of worthlessness or pessimism, feelings of guilt or helplessness, loss of interest or pleasure for hobbies or ordinary activities (including for sex), low energy, fatigue, slow-headedness, reduced sleeping ability or difficulty in making decisions, sleep problems, early morning or prolonged sleep awakening, changes in appetite and / or weight, thoughts of death or suicide, suicide attempts, restlessness or irritability, low self-esteem.
Mood disorders are emotional disorders characterized by prolonged periods of sadness / lack of energy, excessive joy or both.
Psychosomatic disorders (headache, chronic pain, hypertension, diabetes, allergies, asthma)
Seasonal affective disorder
It is a state of psychological and physical discomfort associated with changing the season, usually in autumn and winter. Among the possible causes of this occurrence are: disruption of the internal biological clock (circadian rhythm) or difficulty regulating a brain chemical: serotonin. Symptoms of seasonal depression begin in the autumn, reach a peak during the winter and usually disappear in the spring. There is a small percentage of individuals who may suffer from this affective and summer disorder.