I use Flower and Plant medicine as a complementary treatment.  It's a natural emotional helping hand that often has a positive response from the users.

The modern father of Flower Essences Therapy is the British Physician, Dr Eduard Bach. According to the Flower Essence Society (FES): “Flower essences are liquid extracts of flowers and plants, used to address profound issues of emotional well-being, soul development, and mind-body health. They are part of an emerging field of subtle energy medicine, which also includes homeopathy, acupuncture and similar modalities.”
According to Cancer Council Australia, “Flower remedies are used to balance the mind, body and spirit, and help you cope with emotional problems, which can sometimes contribute to poor health.”

Clients engaging in Flower Essence Therapy alongside counselling services do so with the understanding that it is an adjunctive holistic approach and not a part of the counselling services endorsed by the ACA.
The decision to incorporate Flower Essence Therapy into your treatment plan is entirely voluntary and does not impact the evidence-based counselling provided under the ACA's ethical guidelines.
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