Holistic therapy theory maintains that a person’s consciousness is not dwelling in any one part of the person but is instead is an integration of the mind, body, and spirit. Practitioners of holistic therapy, who believe viewing each person as a complete being is an essential first step in providing care, typically by collaborating with those in therapy to help them gain awareness of the connections between their emotions, thoughts, physical experiences and spiritual understandings. Therapists can help individuals realise each of these components by working together in harmony to support typical daily functions. This deeper understanding of the whole self can often lend itself to greater self-awareness, self-esteem, and self-acceptance.
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