Innerfaith Therapy: Supporting wellness of the mind, body, and spirit.
"This work, I feel, is my soul's work. I would be honored to assist you in your personal transformation."
– Faith Burrington Jones
"Innerfaith Therapy is an organic, holistic approach to wellbeing based on a philosophy of integrative healing arts, where it is considered essential to explore all aspects of ourselves – physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual – and to integrate these parts into a comprehensive wellness program.
My diverse training in talk, touch, and movement therapies enables me to guide clients in the weaving together of all facets of their being, using programs uniquely tailored for each client's own healing and personal growth."
"For two decades, I have known Faith as a student and teacher of psycho-spiritual therapeutic work, and I have watched her excel in both her own consciousness and her guidance to others. Faith embodies the results of deep inner work and a willingness to continually pursue her authenticity and expression as one in service to humanity. Everyone who meets her feels better about themselves in her presence."
– Jacquelyn Small, Founding Director Eupsychia Institute
The release of debilitating issues from your past, such as trauma and abuse.
Finding meaning and discovering sacred purpose for your life.
Healing negative patterns of addiction, unhealthy habits, and co-dependence.
Gaining techniques for overcoming stress, burnout, and anxiety.
Overcoming depression and resolving unprocessed grief.
Finding renewed meaning in your life and career.
Finding right relationship with your mate and significant others.
Integrative Breathwork is essentially a musical meditation. The Breathwork experience helps to move us from the external world and relative truth to the internal world, where we develop our inner-sight and reaffirm our connection to the "all that is" and ultimate truth. We are creatures of both ego and soul and we crave balance, connection, and love in our lives. Breathwork helps us to achieve that balance.
Therapy, or psychotherapy, reduces suffering. It's a healing process where someone who needs to clear a block in his or her life or seeks release from troubling thoughts or habits meets with a therapist. Therapists are trained in various modalities to help you move through those blocks, with the primary purpose of resolving problematic behaviors, beliefs, feelings, and somatic responses (sensations in the body) that are holding you back in your life.
Bodywork includes energetic and hands-on work on the body. One modality that might be employed is Acupressure. According to the principles of traditional Chinese medicine, the body has a vital energy force called "Qi" or "Chi" that flows along invisible lines called meridians, of which there are believed to be at least fourteen. Theses meridians keep our Qi flowing between our organs and other parts of our body. Acupuncture and acupressure points lie on those meridians.
"Now that we have entered the Aquarian age, many of us are seeking a deeper connection with the higher Self, or the Spirit Within. More than ever before, we are working through the blocks that have kept us from moving forward and prevented us from fulfilling our dreams. It's my experience that the way to realize our dreams is to awaken to the truth of who we are. Once we understand our connection to a divine order, we can begin to take responsibility for our lives and our purpose."