Psychosynthesis therapy provides a safe and supportive atmosphere for the exploration of personal issues and concerns. It honours the client's developmental level and unique ways of working. The process begins with what is foreground in the person's life and moves the client in the direction of the fullest expression of his or her own potential.
Since the process of psychosynthesis is unique to each individual, the work may involve one in a variety of different activities.
These could include development and use of the will; integration of the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social aspects of life; learning to dissociate from self-limiting identifications, concepts and roles; exploration of values,
meaning, purpose and unblocking obstacles to creative expression.
The work itself draws from a diverse range of techniques and methods, depending on what is natural and most appropriate for each person. Within the psychosynthesis framework, practitioners utilize guided imagery, hypnotherapy, gestalt, movement, assertive training, family systems work, breath-work, art therapy, journal writing and meditation among other techniques.