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Primal therapy indvidual sessions to suit your needs in Melbourne, Australia.
Individual sessions

Primal therapy services include, individual in person or Skype/phone sessions and intensives. 

 

Knowing the best session length and frequency can take time to work out, so please discuss this with your therapist.

 

One hour, one and half hour, or two-hour sessions are available. 

 

Open-ended sessions are also available (pay per hour used based on AUD 140.00 per hour).

Primal therapy group sessions to suit your needs in Melbourne, Australia.
Group sessions

Groups are run on a weekly basis and last three hours.

 

The group dynamic can help your feeling work and healing process greatly so we encourage you to attend groups.

 

For many people, group sessions are an affordable way to do a long-term therapy like primal.

 

To be able to attend a group you must have completed a residential primal intensive.

Primal therapy group sessions in Melbourne, Australia.
Residential intensive

A residential primal therapy intensive is an excellent opportunity that allows you the time and space to focus completely on yourself and your therapy.

 

It allows you to feel what you need to feel and to go deeper into your feeling process, free from the distractions of the outside world.

 

Intensives are run on an individual basis and vary in length from 4 days to 3 weeks, depending on your individual needs.

"what people say about the intensive..."

"The intensive has felt intense, challenging and rewarding. It felt beneficial to have unlimited time and space to stay in the feelings and be taken into the depths of pain, grief, rage, loss, loneliness, betrayal powerlessness and despair."

42-year-old female - Australia,

Name withheld for confidentiality