Posts Tagged ‘Klein Von Reiche’
One must admit that in the society of the present days the number of phenomena such as addictions, attentive disorders and depressions has become extremely high. People dealing with such problems should be recommended to apply to the help of a specialist, but in numerous cases this does not happen due to the negative reputation counseling seems to have.
Nonetheless, Samuelle Klein Von Reiche is the specialist one is advised to choose due to the various innovations she implemented in this particular field.
For starters, Klein Von Reiche aims to minimize the amount of time patients spend in therapy session and/or with their therapist. This expert works with a usual number of sessions varying between ten and twenty, which seem to be enough to register a breakthrough in most of the cases.
Secondly, she intends to conceive the problems in a proactive manner, fighting against the stereotypes of counselors just plainly asking back the previous affirmation in form of a question and/or against the overused expression of “How do you feel about that?”
Thirdly, Samuelle Klein Von Reiche is the adept of a positive approach to feelings management. Although old school counseling finds the roots of healing in exteriorizing the negative feelings one has experienced either in one’s childhood or in during one’s adulthood, her opinion is that maximizing one’s focus on positive feelings and affirmative thoughts is the key to a proper and more efficient healing process.
Fourthly, problems can be deep and complex; therefore they should be treated on several fronts in the same time, according to the said specialist. Parallel activities, such as different variations of brain training, acupunctures, various natural supplements are recommended by her as enhancers of the process of healing. Fifthly, Klein Von Reiche draws the attention over the importance of analyzing the physiological state of patients, underlining that many of the reasons for several secondary mental health problems are to be found in the area of hormones. The most common such problem is called hypothyroidism.