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Ex Gays Make Satisfied Customers: Two Successful Graduates of our Holding Therapy Program
So far, this blog has been about our passionate avocation—collecting tags and labels of all description. But, believe it or not, Sharon and I do work for a living! We have a few openings in our schedule, so we wanted to tell all you folks about our wonderful Mom and Pop service we started about 8 years ago. You see, Sharon and I are team Holding Therapists by trade.
What is Holding Therapy?
Holding Therapy is a centuries-old practice with origins in medieval Europe. It was discovered during the witch hunts that simply holding a person firmly and determinedly was often sufficient to “drive the demons out.” Many a cheeky wench were spared the stake after undergoing this simple procedure. Recipients became docile, obedient and biddable. Sharon and I have extracted all the benefits of this ancient method, and perfected it to a healing art form.
Who can benefit from Holding Therapy?
People with a broad range of issues, including fear of intimacy, anger management and rage disorder, gender dismorphia, and general emotional vulnerability. Also, people in transition, such as those recently divorced, retired or beginning menopause.
How does it work?
We set the mood for comfort and healing with dim lighting and new age music. Then we begin by gently holding you. Often Sharon will initiate the process, then I’ll join in as the client becomes accustomed to the feeling of warmth and security. The intensity and duration of the holding is dependant upon your particular need or disorder. We have package pricing for on-going therapy. Rocking or swaying is available on request.
What are the benefits of Holding Therapy?
Most people who experience Holding Therapy say they are greatly comforted and have an easier time coping with life in general.
If you live in New York State and would like to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation, just e-mail us!
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