How to Cure Anxiety Using Unique Integrative Psychotherapy and ThetaHealing by Nouf Zarie

This modern world that is full of illusional programs of fear and separation provides a rich environment for anxiety spectrum symptoms and disorders, such as Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Panic disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and   Social Phobia (or Social Anxiety Disorder). According to my clinical and spiritual experience, anxiety is related to the fear of the unknown in which it tied with existential ignorance. Specifically, not being able to understand how this massive universe is governed by one main source energy that is masters every single thing that is created and occurred. Furthermore, when humans feel that perpetual and unresolved anxiety, it means that they are lacking a crucial understanding of the laws of the universe. 

 

Therefore, humans experience being confused, uncomfortable, and overwhelmed, when it comes to confronting the mystery of the unknown and being trapped into focusing on “what is” or the reality that is perceived by the limited 5 senses. In addition, focusing on just “what would happen tomorrow” as opposed to being in the “NOW” or the present. All of that is associated with not being able to control what is and what will come tomorrow due to a lack of trusting creator and so trusting oneself, and lacking confidence in the way of responding properly to what will happen or come.

 

Ego dominance is the main component of many psychological disorders including anxiety, ego dominance occurs when a human is barely defined by his persona/personality without taking into account his spiritual inner being.  Listening to negative thoughts or negative self-talk means that humans are being controlled by his ego. Furthermore, understating oneself is limited to race, nationality, religion, career, name, level of success, and fame. Hence, when he/she asked a question to define himself without these, he can’t answer who he/she is. Hence, the connection with a real self is not ingrained in his very self/inner being. Thus, he unfortunately confronted with difficulties of existential crises and massively influenced by the negative programs of the collective.

 

 Some good questions should be presented to such an individual who has been suffering from that fear of the unknown, and desire to control everything around him, so he can explore great virtues of trust and faith; “do you trust that the sun will rise tomorrow? Do you believe that the food that you eat will be digested into your stomach? Consequently, the automatic answer here will be “of course”. From there, he can understand how he is not realizing that he separates himself from the fact that he is part of the main source energy/creator? God

 

According to my psychotherapeutic and spiritual healing experience, helping clients to know oneself is super important in terms of being aware of who they truly are without the superficial ego-based definition of their identity. Once that awareness is achieved, then the client will have an easy way to accept who he is and so the environment/ his perspective of seeing reality, including the goods and the bads. without awareness and acceptance, the great notion of “Unconditional Love can’t be felt and understood because unconditional love is what gives real meaning to life. The concept of unconditional love is what gives humans value to their existence and so they will understand reasons why they have to experience all of their thoughts, feelings, and reactions.  Then forgiveness- the ultimate positive experience- to oneself and the world will bring that sweet sense of inner peace and serenity in which it can’t coexist with fear.

 

About Nouf Zarie

Nouf’s scientific background in human psychology coupled with her interest in ancient knowledge and current practice in human spirituality has been guiding her to seek in-depth information about quantum change human behavior.  She believes in holistic care where she incorporates her understanding of the mind, body, and soul into her therapeutic framework. 

Hence, In 2017 Nouf became a certified Theta well-being practitioner. In 2020, Nouf became Theta well-being instructor. She has been utilizing this spiritual transformational modality into her experienced therapeutic framework. As a result, the high success rate was reached with clients who authentically seek self-knowledge in resolving their psychological problems, and so live a better and happy life.

Nouf is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and certified Theta wellbeing consultant, who’s self-employed with experience in a wide range of psychological disorders. She graduated with a Master of Science in clinical and counseling psychology from Valdosta State University in Georgia. Nouf was trained in psychological assessment and psychodynamic psychotherapy from Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia.

She won an award from Pennsylvania Psychological Association in her effort of addressing the need for culturally sensitive mental health services for Arab families community project. She has a high diploma in clinical psychology from King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center in Jeddah. Nouf has been exposed and worked with different clinical populations with diverse cultures in Saudi Arabia and the US.

Nouf practices Psychodynamic Therapy (insight-oriented therapy), Cognitive Behavioral therapy, and Existential therapy.  She has been incorporating a holistic approach (mind, body, and soul) into the eclectic approach of psychotherapy.

Nouf’s Certifications:

 

THETA HEALING INSTITUTE OF KNOWLEDGE
2017 – 2020
Certification Courses of Theta Healing Technique in Practitioner levels and Instructor levels
Basic DNA, Advanced DNA, Intuitive Anatomy, Dig Deeper, You and The Creator, You and Your Significant Other, You and Your Inner Circle, You and Earth.

CHESTNUT HILL COLLEGE
2009 – 2012
Doctorate, Clinical Psychology, Incomplete Psy.D

VALDOSTA STATE UNIVERSITY
2007 – 2009
Master of Science, Clinical and Counseling Psychology, GPA 3.6

KING FAISAL SPECIALIST HOSPITAL & RESEARCH CENTER
2003 – 2005

High Diploma in Clinical Psychology, Clinical Psychology, GPA 3.2

KING ABDULAZIZ UNIVERSITY 1996 – 1999
Bachelor of Science, Psychology, GPA 4.2

Comments

  • Nina
    April 19, 2020 at 6:16 am

    Thanks, Nouf. I’m absolutely amazed at your wisdom and all your certifications. I loved the conversation of science and spirituality. Thanks to both of you for the work that you do!

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