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Integration Therapy Sessions

Integration Package

The Inner Council offers a set of integration therapy sessions which allow participants a deep-dive into areas awaiting integration. The initial sessions covers background and allows the participant to share any blockages or resistances that have been observed. The practitioner will ask a series of intuitive questions that will home-in on a specific area of focus and intent. The practitioner will then suggest preparation steps before we begin the integration meditations.

Following integration sessions the practitioner will guide the participant through an interpretation, allowing the next steps to be understood and how to prepare for the following regression to best identify the emotional energy at source and/or remove this energy.

Integration packages include 3 sessions and can be extended to more individual regression sessions if required.

Session 1 Introduction and background review, identify area of focus and initial regression meditation and/or inner child review
Session 2 Update, regression meditation and/or inner child review and follow-up
Session 3 Update, regression meditation and/or inner child review and follow-up

Written interpretation of sessions.

Please note that these sessions are available for those who have completed the Inner Council Inner Child workshop.

What is integration therapy?

Integration or regression therapy is a technique where we gently and safely explore a memory or an episode of our past experience, directly or indirectly in order to resolve energetic traumas and integrate the present effects of these experiences. The sessions are carried out through guided meditation in which the practitioner will guide you intuitively towards the content that is available for integration. During these sessions we raise the level of understanding into conscious, allowing us to energetically integrate unconscious material.

It is possible that during a regression an energetic release is experienced as we identify and understand content that was held in the unconscious. These energetic releases allow the body to let go of dense energy patterns that affect our health and/or manifest non serving behavioural patterns.


Chapters are sets of sessions that allow an episode to be intuitively expressed through the realm of the imagination. This episode can unfold during the set of sessions and may require activities outside of the sessions. We have found that 3 sessions are often ideal to allow for most energetic situations to be revealed and re-solved. During this trinity of sessions, the inner child has time to establish an appropriate environment to guide the adventure through the unconscious and to emerge full circle into the integrational areas of our self-awareness, allowing energetic shifts to take place. There is much flexibility that we can introduce to the idea of chapters and it would be good to discuss with your practitioner.

Why would someone approach integration therapy?

We often find that our participants while working on personal development have encountered certain blockages or areas of work which appear to be inaccessible to them at present. These blockages are often best interpreted and contained for integration by someone who can set a safe container.

Integration therapy is also advised for those who:

  • have clear non-serving behavioural patterns
  • are aware of a significant emotional event that hasn’t been resolved
  • have noticed a lack of enthusiasm or enjoyment in life
  • are exploring family history and ancestral stories

More on integration

Integration is quite simply algebra, the “reunion of broken parts” in its original meaning or yoga, “union, yoking” in Hindu spiritual practices. The unification of separated parts. All fragmented aspects of consciousness seek the totality of what we call unconditional love or unfractured light, or the balance of opposites in Jung’s individuation process. With this analogy, we can understand that the cause of unbalance and strife arise in situations where fragmentation occurred, often because the pre-rational developmental states of children’s cognition were unable to codify or appropriate a given occurrence. We simply couldn’t understand the situation. When this happens, the information in the experience further separates itself to protect the emerging awareness from total ontological paralysis or psychological shock. This is what frequently happens during a nervous system reset or what we call partial or full nervous breakdown.

When we take our conscientious awareness back to the development states of emotional programming and penetrate deeper into the cause and effect aspects of emotional episodes we modify the amplitude of the emotion, demoting the energetic influence and reducing the probability of recurrence. This is not simply re-framing the past, but calibrating the current programmed energetic imprinting of the nervous system.

Deeper consideration and mental focus during therapy allows us to revisit experiences that we were unable to understand or integrate previously and untie the knots, or Jungian complexes, that are analogously restricting blood-flow to our very sense of being. The therapeutic container sets the conditions that allow integration possible to unlock encrypted data from the unconscious.

More on emotion

Let’s give some tangibility to emotion by considering the definition that emotion is energy in motion, or a particular characteristic continuation of one vibrational state that we can sometimes objectively define. Throughout history emotions have been regarded as the vibrational building blocks that carry meaning through the subjective timeline of reality. The Egyptians and Māori cultures both independently classified 72 categories of emotion and found these energetic templates useful in defining the individual characteristic prisms of a single omnipresent divinity. If you were angry in ancient Egypt you were simply with Set, the god of deserts, storms and disorder. So, emotions are specific consistent energetic vibrational states that induce interpreted meaning in an individual, society or culture.

We cannot urge enough that the operating system of our reality can be interpreted as entirely benevolent and self-serving, where no ‘bad’ emotions exist. However, corrupt interpretations of emotions lead to the creation of potential false-positive thought patterns. Negative interpretations of emotion cause corresponding biological responses where muscular retraction is the trained response to certain energetic vibrations. This energetic separation and detachment from any number of the emotional templates leaves us with an incomplete grammar in the information flow of emotion. Careful reinterpretation of these emotional templates can allow us to use a full set of valid notes and moods so that we can harmoniously scale the diapason (full range) of emotional interpretation and understanding.

The same tie between health and integration of rational and irrational forces (conscious and unconscious, primary and secondary processes) also permits us to understand why psychologically healthy people are more able to enjoy, to love, to laugh, to have fun, to be humorous, to be silly, to be whimsical and fantastic, to be pleasantly “crazy,”and in general to permit and value and enjoy emotional experiences in general and peak experiences in particular and to have them more often. – Abraham H. Maslow (Toward a Psychology of Being)

General pricing & booking

Integration therapy package of 3 1 hour sessions gb£195 / eu€230 / us$250*
Individual follow-up regression sessions, per hour gb£65 / eu€75 / us$82*


I honestly was only expecting clarity around the source of my triggers in intimate relationships, however, received so much more. I have participated in a good healthy amount of cognitive therapy, but, have never connected this deeply with the source driving my fears and anxieties. This will be an ongoing process of healing and connecting with my inner child, which I’m so grateful to now have the tools and understanding to continue.

Theresa Guenard – United States

My father struggled with alcoholism my entire life, so many of my childhood memories were tarnished with pain, confusion and dysfunction. I was very resistant to inner child work for quite some time due to the potential of re-living very painful life experiences. However, throughout my process of personal healing and growth, it became very present that healing and connecting with the inner child within was imperative to my overall well-being and health.

Stacie Barber – United States

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*These prices are a guide for practitioners, please contact your practitioner for their prices.