For many years, we used Developmental Process Work (DPW) as our clinical modality to help people heal experiences of developmental shock, trauma, and stress. As our understanding of developmental trauma expanded, we realized that it caused many people to close their hearts to protect themselves from further suffering. Unfortunately, this also energetically disconnected them from those closest to them and left them feeling isolated and lonely.
After this discovery, we expanded our clinical modality by focusing more on attachment theory and therapy, and on the “affairs of the heart.” The new quantum sciences speak to this experience from the perspective of “coherence,” emphasizing the role of not only the physical heart, but also the metaphysical heart.
We gradually transitioned our clinical approach into Heart-Field Therapy (HFT), which stresses the importance of learning to give and receive conditional love. HFT’s ultimate goal is helping people to be deeply intimate with each other, while also psychologically separate and individuated in ways that allow maximum mutual growth. [Read more…]