Description and Process of Lifespan Integration (referred to as LI therapy)
Lifespan Integration (LI) is a psycho-neurological/body-mind therapy created by the American therapist Peggy Pace. It is based on established concepts from brain science and early neural development. LI interventions stimulate the brain’s memory storage system in order to naturally reorganize and initiate the ’healing’ of damage caused by traumatic lifetime events.
Lifespan Integration Therapy
Lifespan Integration is a gentle method which works from a deep neural level to change patterned responses and outmoded defensive strategies. LI therapy helps people reorganize disruptive emotions and dysfunctional patterns with the past events from which these feelings and defensive strategies originated. Making these connections at a deep level of the body-mind "re-sets" the neural system so that it is more in line with current life situations. This "resetting" happens very rapidly for most people. After LI therapy, people find themselves spontaneously reacting to current stressors in more appropriate ways. After several sessions of LI, clients report feeling better about their lives, they are more self-accepting, and are better able to enjoy intimate relationships.
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