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23 GHP Q2 2023 client they come across, meaning that even if their regular therapist is unavailable, there will always be someone free to help them. Everyone in the team cares for their patients’ health, mental wellbeing, education, and supervision. Fundamentally, this means dedication to personal oversight and accountability, giving each staff member the independence to professionally flourish whilst also accessing the support needed to succeed. Thus, the internal culture is one of mutual care, where colleagues support each other and are supported in return. As such, Anne was keen to set up a healthy, thriving environment as the company began to grow in popularity, to the point where it has now earned pre-eminence in the region of Bavaria for its mental health work and alternative therapies. It also means the centre could continue working hard for its patients throughout the pandemic despite the added difficulties logistics wise. When the pandemic began, Craniosacral Traumatherapie – and the wider industry – didn’t know if it could keep working with patients or how this could happen. However, it became quickly clear that trauma work would be more necessary than ever. Thus, it began to truly push to go above and beyond for its clients in the scale and scope of its services, trying its level best to be the mental health support network they could turn to during a period of such increased stress on every facet of life. “Trauma cannot be treated where there is still fear.” The team have worked hard to eliminate fear across the board – crucially, by collaborating with clients, figuring out where the stress points are regarding access to therapy, and tailoring solutions to these expertly and with empathy, so those who need it most can still benefit from their help. Nowadays, the situation is different, but the need for help is even bigger! With regular Zoom meetings, a busy WhatsApp group, and a stalwart support network, the team have a continued culture of commitment to each other and their patients, one that the centre is excited to welcome yet more people into through its new trainee programme. Lastly, with personal growth coaching having joined its roster of services a few months prior, Craniosacral Traumatherapie looks forward to giving a holiday workshop in Corfu on quantum power, with Anne continuing to write for more publications on mental health for children and babies. In this way, the centre will push towards a brighter, better future for itself and its clients, supporting them in their journey to overcoming trauma and moving on with their lives. Now having moved to Portugal, Anne Mohr-Bartsch has handed the school and the training of Craniosacrale Traumatherapie into the professional hands of her colleague, Carolin Widmann. However, she still visits Bavaria five times a year to work with the clients and the team. Company: Craniosacrale Traumatherapie Contact: Anne Mohr-Bartsch Email: [email protected] Website: Craniosacral Traumatherapie has made a name for being the pre-eminent centre for dedicated, diligent, forward-thinking alternative trauma and psychotherapies, and other body treatments. Founder, Anne Mohr-Bartsch has been thinking a lot about how to best serve her clients in challenging times, and we learn more following her company being named Best Trauma Therapy Practice – Bavaria. “This is our contribution to make the world a better place!” In a large, established practice, Craniosacral Traumatherapie combines a dedicated treatment for the parasympathetic nervous system, with elements of Peter Levine’s trauma therapy and osteopathy. The centre boasts eight incredibly gifted therapists who work hard to incorporate modern science and top-of-theline innovations within their work, utilising their training to ensure every client has access to the best possible service. Nearly all team members have been trained by Anne Mohr-Bartsch herself, a renowned alternative medicine expert who has built a reputation for excellence in many different treatments within naturopathy. Anne’s expertise covers interviewing, hypnosis, neuro-linguistic programming – master practice, daydream work, as well as trauma therapy according to Peter Levine, and meditation. Having gained 30 years’ experience in craniosacral and psychotherapy work with infants and young people, Anne has been a training manager for 24 years, gaining eight years of clinical experience in the process. Nominally, every team member has their own specialties and skills allowing them to offer a variety of different therapies, helping clients work towards self-actualisation and recovery, and fostering healthy, productive discussions about past traumas and how to cope with them. Critically, each service is well-funded and recognised as an invaluable step towards a healthier mental state for patients, covering everything from homeopathy to bio resonance, making the centre a pioneer of innovation and actionable alternative therapies. It has helped a multitude of clients who suffer from intense trauma, stemming from different sources, whether sexual abuse or rape, violence, or physical assault; however, it also aids clients dealing with orthopaedic problems. Working with everyone, from pregnant people to clients with severe allergies, children, and babies, it can help all ages with all manner of problems and difficulties, with Anne’s vast experience providing a foundational basis of excellence to make it all possible. Currently, Craniosacral Traumatherapie is a front-running alternative therapies centre in its region, focused on the synergy between mind and body. With a standardised approach to training, it ensures each of its staff members are familiar with the processes required to treat each The Power of Gentle Self-Healing Mar23034