Mental health is an essential part of the Luxury Health Retreat experience. Growing research has emphasized time and time again the importance of psychological factors within each facet of daily life. A hectic schedule can lead to fatigue, both mental and physical. Alternatively, a disturbed mind may have a spillover effect, causing physical ailments and somatic symptoms. Telltale signs of Depression include maladaptive sleep patterns, reduced appetite, and complaints of stomach aches and headaches. One of the Best Wellness Centres in India, Dharana focuses on addressing the growing need for mental well-being via Conflict Resolution sessions.
“The ideal self is the person you would like to be and the real self is what you really are.”
- Carl Rogers, Founder of the Humanistic Approach to Counseling
Psychology has been intrigued with internal conflict ever since the beginning. Sigmund Freud, one of the first prominent figures in this field termed all mental ailments as simply a conflict between the mind’s “Id, Ego and SuperEgo.” Today, the Rogerian definition of the gap between the real and ideal self tends to be the go-to explanation for disturbance. An individual who desires to be their very best, however, may be unable to do so due to a variety of reasons.
“Conflict is defined as an incompatibility of goals or values between two or more parties in a
relationship, combined with attempts to control each other and antagonistic feelings toward each other”
– Ronald J. Fisher in The social psychology of intergroup and international conflict resolution
At the Dharana Retreat in India, intrapersonal conflict is identified by creating a DiSC® profile. This psychological assessment tool allows you to understand yourself on four dimensions, specifically, Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Conscientiousness. The data generated by this profile helps the in-house Psychotherapist to understand sources and causes of stress, and anxiety along with how to best deal with them.
Understanding your personality is key to understanding how you deal with conflict, not only internal but external as well.
“Conflict by itself is neither good nor bad. However, the manner in which conflict is handled determines whether it is constructive or destructive”
- Psychologists Morton Deutsch and Peter Coleman
As a Luxury Health Retreat, a conflict resolution session with Dharana’s experts is included in the Wellness Programme. These sessions aim to align you towards the overall Wellness Goal, along with ensuring that the positive Wellness Habits learned during your Wellness Retreat are continued throughout your lifespan.
The Dharana Wellness Centre in India recognizes the importance of mental clarity when working towards a physical goal. This is achieved through a process of meditation, visualization, and conscious relaxation. Experience Conflict Resolution along with other holistic strategies toward a better mind, body, and soul at Dharana. To book, click this link.