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Illuminations Brings World Renowned Therapist to the Middle East
Date:5/18/2013

Dubai (PRWEB) May 19, 2013

Illuminations is proud to present the Inner Child Therapy Seminars with renowned therapist Trisha Caetano. Seminars will take place over the course of four days, on Wednesday, June 5, Thursday, June 6, Friday, June 7, and Saturday, June 8, 2013.

Inner Child Therapy is concerned not only with the alleviation of symptoms, but focuses on the attitudes, patterns and coping mechanisms that create the behavior and mind sets that cause the symptoms. Participants will learn to live a more integrated and balanced life style, to live in the present and to participate in the creative process that gives meaning to each moment of awareness.

“We are just thrilled to have Trish Caetano at our Center to present several days of seminars,” says Soniyaa Kiran Punjabi, founder of Illuminations.

Trisha Caetano is internationally known as a pioneer in Inner Child, Integration and Regression therapies. She has trained psychotherapists and health care professionals in many countries. She does yearly trainings and seminars in Japan and the Netherlands and has been a guest teacher for eleven Dutch institutes. Caetano was President of The Association for Regression Research and Therapies, Inc., a world-wide organization of professionals focused on regression as a therapeutic tool in healing; and director of their training team to certify therapists in this method.

On the lecture circuit in the United States, England and Australia, Caetano has been featured on national and International television and radio programs. She is known as a vibrant and knowledgeable presenter, educator and trainer in the fields of Interpersonal and Transpersonal development and brings energy, humor, insight and empathy to her work.

Starting the three seminars off will be “Understanding the Inner Child” on Wednesday, June 5, 2013 from 6:30 to 9pm and costs AED 50/-. In this session, Caetano will shed light on a j
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