We all carry with us the patterns of behaviour and learned beliefs from our earliest relationships, with parents, siblings and other important people in our childhood. These relationships influence how we relate to people in adulthood and can lead to problems if they are dysfunctional. This can affect close partnerships, friendships and work relationships.
In Lifespan Integration we link current problems and dysfunctional behaviour to emotional memories or ways of relating to parents or caregivers. After connecting this information the neural system resets in a way which is more appropriate for an adult in a way which gives insight and understanding. The old way of reacting is not necessary any more.
The causes of angry reactions, fear of being judged and feelings of loneliness which can cause so much trouble in relationships can be eliminated. Clients report that they feel better about life, they are more able to enjoy close relationships and anxiety and other symptoms are diminished.