Therapeutic Tarot is a way of accessing the unconscious mind to help you find answers and guidance to some of your most pressing questions. In the same way that I use stones to access parts that perhaps you are not consciously aware of (do enquire if you wish to know more), therapeutic tarot and angel cards help you engage more deeply which often helps propel people forwards more actively. Allowing the cards to guide you yet also accessing opportunities when they arise is a fantastic way of utilising therapy.
The archetype symbols on tarot, angel cards or any other form of chance provocation cards help you in conversation with your unconscious and help access the wisdom and guidance of your deeper self. As you are drawn to a particular card, the thoughts, feelings and sensations and energy that comes forth can be explored.
The benefits are that Therapeutic Tarot (or a deck that you choose) can help you gain a different perspective on an issue that may be troubling you, to help you process the issue in a new way. It is not fortune telling but more closely aligned to dreamwork, art therapy or even psychodynamic or hypnotherapeutic work where we work at trance level. In turn this helps you to see your relationship to the symbols which accesses your unconscious processes to help promote healing and growth.
Therapeutic Tarot is a registered psychotherapist, hypnotherapist, NLP practitioner and has full professional indemnity insurance and is DBS checked. She is a full member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, an Accredited member of the National Counselling Society and a member of the National Council for Hypnotherapy and abides by their codes of ethical practice. Click here to access her main therapy website. Your details are kept confidential at all times. She uses cards only with those who request them and they are seen as for entertainment purposes only. She cannot accept any liability for any damages or claims arising thereof and you are advised to seek professional guidance if it is deemed necessary. If you are suffering from a medical issue, please consult your GP. If you are experiencing suicidal feelings please contact the Samaritans.