I practice Integral/Transpersonal Psychotherapy, encompassing mind, body, and spirit, as they are inseparable parts of the whole human. The mind affects the body, and the body affects the mind. If all of these connected parts are not in alignment and working together in concert for your wellbeing, you are likely to experience discomfort or disease.
We all want to live wholly and completely, and in perfect health…to be the best that we can possibly be. So, our physical parts should not be divorced from our mental or spiritual parts. Really, they are all the same, of the whole; the seeming separateness is only apparent, not real. All of these parts comprise the whole human.
In future, hopefully, there will be one practitioner who can cover all of these areas for the person they wish to help. As things stand today, there are only specialists in particular areas of expertise. Yet, we try to do what we can to facilitate your complete health.
I am not a medical doctor. It is for this reason that I consult with and often refer patients to Dr. Iván Espinosa, MD. He holds degrees in medicine from UNAM (100 years older than Harvard) and from Milano Politecnico in Italy.
While he is a medical doctor, well-trained in Western medicine, he is also a chiropractor, yoga practitioner, and acupuncturist, and he is well-versed in other ancient and beneficial Eastern treatments and techniques. He is also a well-known and respected practitioner in the area of weight-loss treatment.
He is my own doctor. I seldom have to see him more than once for a physical problem to be resolved. He has given me Qi Gong exercises, chiropractic, and acupuncture treatments that have helped me greatly with neck, back, and headache pains. He can also prescribe medicines that I cannot.
He is a very kind and laid-back man. Perhaps he can even give you a consultation in your home! He is very accommodating. A good man, a great doctor, and a venerable human being. I am very happy to make access to his services available to my patients.
You will agree with me!
I can also connect you with a "body worker" who practices "structural integration therapy," that is quite unique. He works in an intuitive way. He knows exactly what your body needs at the moment. I cannot call him a "massage therapist," because he is much more than that. He fixes everything! And he's a really nice guy.
For the past 8 years I have worked as a volunteer psychologist/ psychotherapist at a low-cost community mental health clinic in Barrio Tepito (the worst area of Mexico).
The people in this area suffer greatly. There is drug, alcohol, and inhalent addiction, physical and mental abuse (child, wife, husband, etc.), prostitution, violent crime, etc. You name it and it's there.
I am doing what little I can to help. Little by little, person by person, couple by couple, child by child, family by family. It is hard work and it takes its toll on me physically and mentally.
I work to make this country (Mexico) better, so that Mexicans can live a decent life in their own country.
Any money received through this is to help me to survive (to keep a roof over my head and a little food to sustain me).
NAMASTE! God bless you!
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