a Ridgewood, New Jersey therapist and holistic healer, is on a
mission to tell long-term sufferers of emotional, psychological,
and relationship problems that they can profoundly transform
their lives if they are willing to embrace a new therapy, based
on a refined understanding of the true nature of the mind.
Most people – Western health professionals and Eastern
meditators included - assume that each person has one
personality, which we commonly refer to “I”, “me” or
assume that each person experiences the world with one
Kantor says, “We each have one brain,
but the idea that we have only one inner source of thoughts is
continues, “This does not mean that we have multiple
personalities, but that our presumed unity of personality
actually consists of multiple
thinkers (parts), which exist separately from each other.”
are created in the subconscious mind for various reasons,
including trauma, and vary by age and level of development. They
play different roles in a person’s mind and life.
importantly, Jay says, “Any psychotherapy that fails to
adequately address each
of these parts will not succeed in eliminating the symptoms
and problems people bring to therapy.
Psychological and even physical symptoms are actually the
reactions that parts
of the mind have to
what is going on in a person’s life.”
Uncomfortable and disabling symptoms only begin to make
sense when you become consciously aware of their origin, both in
childhood trauma and as an enduring part of your mind.
early trauma, in the absence of supportive parents, creates
hurt, scared, or angry child
parts in a person’s subconscious mind.
Unhealed parts are subject to being painfully reactivated
by events later in a person’s life. These parts must be healed
– their traumatic thoughts and feelings neutralized - for
psychotherapy to be truly effective.
Dr. Kantor has spent the past twenty years developing an
effective means for transforming traumatized parts of the mind.
Jay calls his therapeutic approach Nurturing
learn to perceive, nurture, and heal the parts of their mind,
which currently generate disturbing emotional, psychological and
relationship symptoms. Nurturing
The Mind results in the creation of a mature, functional
mind, capable of creating a happy, successful life.
This experiential, short-term therapy has been found
effective, even in cases where talk therapy and prescription
medications have failed.
Call Dr. Kantor at 201-461-7347 for a FREE 15 minute
office is located at 10 Wilsey Square, Ridgewood, NJ.
For information on Jay’s extensive traditional and
alternative training, go to http://DrJayKantor.Com
Jay Kantor, 2012. All