Identity-oriented Psychotrauma Therapy
IoPT (Identity-oriented Psychotrauma Therapy) is a somatic, resonant method for exploring and integrating parts of the Self. IoPT is also called "constellation work" because it grew out of Family Constellations.
This method can not only help you heal overwhelming/traumatic experiences that you cognitively remember, but it can also help you access pre-verbal parts of yourself and ancestral trauma entanglements for re-organizing love/allegiance in better alignment with your personal freedom.
IoPT empowers us to regain inherent health, vitality and joy. Using your sentence of intention, your subconscious internal states and emotional splits are made available for exploration and embodied integration. With gentle facilitation, this work puts you in the driver's seat to access what your own nervous system is ready to heal today. This is a path to greater personal coherency, vitality, health, joy and peace.
IoPT sessions combine beautifully with Flower Essence Therapy sessions for ongoing support and for promoting healing breakthroughs.
"I didn't quite know what to expect when I signed up for my family constellation session [IoPT]. I wasn't sure where to start... I instantly felt comfortable in Loey's presence, there was no wrong way to navigate through the constellation [exploration]. She facilitated in a gentle way, with keen observations which lead me to some deep truths. Thanks to this work, I feel lighter and more sure of my life path. I'm so grateful to have worked with Loey!" --K.S.
"IoPT needs a very special facilitator to help a client work through whatever is blocking them. Loey is that person. She is warm, compassionate, unbiased and makes her clients feel safe. Deep gratitude for having such a gifted practitioner with such depth and experience." --K.P.
"More than a week has passed, and the immediate benefits of our IoPT session are still very present. Thanks again! You are an excellent professional. I admire the way you facilitated the transformation that happened inside me." --E.L.