Spirituality Support Groups in Victoria, BC

Soul Growth and Intuitive Development Classes
This is a group for anyone who is yearning to know more about Spiritual Development, Intuitive Gifts and Personal growth/Transformation. It is a guided interactive group which holds the intention that each of us have something significant to offer and ...
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Registered Psychotherapist, MA, CFM, RegCRPO, MTC
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Group meets in Victoria, BC V8T
This is a group for anyone who is yearning to know more about Spiritual Development, Intuitive Gifts and Personal growth/Transformation. It is a guided interactive group which holds the intention that each of us have something significant to offer and ...
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Soul Growth and Intuitive Development Classes
This is a group for anyone who is yearning to know more about Spiritual Development, Intuitive Gifts and Personal growth/Transformation. It is a guided interactive group which holds the intention that each of us have something significant to offer and ...
Photo of Laura Luz, Registered Psychotherapist in Victoria, BC
Hosted by Laura Luz
Registered Psychotherapist, MA, CFM, RegCRPO, MTC
Verified Verified
Group meets in Victoria, BC V8T
This is a group for anyone who is yearning to know more about Spiritual Development, Intuitive Gifts and Personal growth/Transformation. It is a guided interactive group which holds the intention that each of us have something significant to offer and ...
(855) 640-2646 View (855) 640-2646

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Spirituality Support Groups

What should I expect from therapy that incorporates a focus on spirituality?

Spirituality can mean different things to different individuals, depending on their experiences, beliefs, and life histories. Some individuals focus on strengthening their belief system, while others experience spirituality in secular ways, such as through meditation, yoga, or by spending time in nature. Clients can expect a therapist to help guide and grow their spirituality through any of these techniques, encouraging the individual to cope with the challenges they face and develop strategies to build resilience and purpose to improve their outlook in life.

What are the most common treatments that include spirituality?

There are several treatments that incorporate spirituality. Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) helps a person examine and reframe their negative thoughts and behaviours. Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) focuses on emotional acceptance and psychological flexibility. Existential therapy is most often used to address anxiety, depression, grief, loneliness, apathy, despair, questions of identity, and feelings of purposelessness and existential dread. Transpersonal therapy focuses on a client’s spirituality and meaning in life and may incorporate techniques including meditation, visualisation, hypnotherapy, dream analysis, and or breathwork.

Can therapy incorporating spirituality help atheistic or agnostic individuals?

Yes. For non-believers, spirituality can offer benefits including a greater sense of connection to others and to the natural world. An interest in spirituality may also spur individuals to pursue mindfulness practices, or to contemplate their purpose in life and how to achieve it.

How effective is spirituality as a therapeutic remedy?

​​Research suggests spirituality is generally beneficial for individuals. It is correlated with better health habits, such as less substance use, and an improved capacity to cope with stress and other mental health challenges. Increased spirituality can lead individuals to become more empathic and less materialistic, as well.