Transpersonal Psychotherapy

Transpersonal Psychotherapy is a therapeutic modality that explores the spiritual dimensions of human existence, emphasizing personal growth, self-discovery, and transformation. It integrates psychological theories with spiritual wisdom to support individuals in their journey towards wholeness and connection with their transcendent nature.

Transpersonal Psychotherapy


Transpersonal Psychotherapy has its roots in the work of psychologists such as Carl Jung, Abraham Maslow, and Stanislav Grof, who emphasized the importance of spiritual and transcendent experiences.
It draws inspiration from various spiritual traditions, including Eastern philosophies, indigenous wisdom, and mystical teachings.
Transpersonal Psychotherapy emerged as a distinct field in the 1960s and has since evolved, incorporating transpersonal psychology, mindfulness practices, and other holistic approaches.

Focus theme / core-concept

The core concept of Transpersonal Psychotherapy is the exploration of the individual's spiritual nature and the integration of spirituality into the therapeutic process.
It focuses on expanding awareness, connecting with the transpersonal or higher self, and aligning with one's authentic purpose and meaning in life.
Transpersonal Psychotherapy emphasizes the interconnectedness of all beings and seeks to facilitate personal growth, self-transcendence, and the realization of one's full potential.


Increased self-awareness and self-acceptance.

Deepened spiritual connection and transcendence of egoic limitations.

Enhanced psychological well-being and resilience.

Greater clarity of values, purpose, and life direction.

Integration of psychological, emotional, and spiritual aspects of the self.


Facilitate self-discovery, personal growth, and self-transcendence.

Cultivate spiritual awareness, connection, and integration.

Support individuals in finding meaning, purpose, and fulfillment in life.

Enhance psychological well-being, resilience, and self-actualization.

Promote expanded consciousness, inner wisdom, and transformation.


Mindfulness practices and meditation.

Transpersonal visualization and imagery exercises.

Journaling and expressive arts therapy.

Breathwork and body-centered techniques.

Dreamwork and exploration of symbols and archetypes.

Transpersonal dialogue and exploration of spiritual experiences.