Mickel Therapy Definition

One of difficult things that Mickel Therapy faces is that it is not easy for people to understand it until they actually do it. And, invariably then, they love it. It is definitely not conventional therapy as is often one of the misconceptions.

One of my Mickel Therapy colleagues, Kim Knight from New Zealand, has a definition of Mickel Therapy that I think sums it up beautifully.

“Mickel Therapy works by identifying the emotional, mental and behavioral factors which drive the hypothalamus into overdrive, and consequently create physical symptoms”.

Or, we target the unconscious (or sub-conscious) self limiting patterns all of us set up in our childhood, that no longer serve us as adolescents or adults, and ultimately create internal stress that drives our hypothalamus into overdrive and lead to physical symptoms.