Apologies if I'm teaching you to suck eggs, but maybe look into the Third Wave Cognitive Behavioural Therapies, which are becoming more prevalent these days? They kind of bridge the gap between traditional CBT and holistic, person-centred approaches such as mindfulness and would probably fit in that space between "traditional" psychotherapy and practices like yoga.

As an side, when I was in trauma therapy my counsellor praised yoga as having a higher success rate than many forms of therapy. 👍


Just realised, I never @ the person I was replying to into this. I'm a daft'un sometimes.

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