President Obama endorses Precision Medicine – What about Precision Therapy?
“Doctors have always recognized that every patient is unique, and doctors have always tried to tailor their treatments as best they can to individuals. You can match a blood transfusion to a blood type — that was an important discovery. What if matching a cancer cure to our genetic code was just as easy, just as standard? What if figuring out the right dose of medicine was as simple as taking our temperature?”
– President Obama, January 30, 2015
How does this relate to Precision Therapy? It is already here!
My colleagues and I who have been working with Systemic Constellations (also known as Hellinger work and Family Constellations) have been applying this kind of focus for a long time now.
Every client interaction is customized and we look at each issue anew even if we have seen a specific pathology, stress or trauma issue many times before. We examine and interview the client at each session again and again since nothing is static, life is in constant flux and our innate intelligence is trying to heal itself at every moment already.
We tap into this intelligence and find solutions that precisely match the clients beliefs, capabilities and adaptive mechanisms. The solutions we are seeking are innate, holistic and lasting.
The reason we can call this modality “Precision Therapy” is because it is not something applied from the outside, like a concept or a specific therapeutic framework. The solution actually “emerges” from the client’s somatic knowledge, from cellular memory. Therefore it totally matches what he or she actually needs and is client -centered and
This work has been around for over 20 years and I have been practicing (Precision Therapy aka) Systemic Constellations for 15 years.
Don’t wait until President Obama endorses Systemic Constellations, try it out for yourself now.
This work can be done in person or over the phone (or skype). I use it with individual clients, families and organizations.
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