Frequently Asked Questions
Mainstream psychologists and health professionals have perceived primal therapy for many years as ineffective, non-evidenced based alternative form of therapy that is often downright dangerous.
The term Primal Therapy coined in the seventies by Arthur Janov in his book The Primal Scream has left an inaccurate image of primal as a scream therapy, absent of structure and scientific basis for what it claims to achieve.
There are many benefits that come from doing primal therapy but these often take time and commitment to achieve. It takes time for a person to develop trust and safety with the process itself, the therapist and the centre.
Following are a list of questions clients have asked us over the years that has helped to build trust and safety. If your question is not answered by the following frequently asked questions please feel free to email us your query directly through the contact us page.