Primal Therapy & Relationships

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Improve your relationship with yourself and others and 

lessen or eliminate the hold your past has on your life...

primal therapy

Does primal therapy work? Primal therapy does work in healing unresolved childhood pain and trauma. For it to be effective though you must be able to engage with the primal process. Learning how to feel can take time...


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Nobody likes to think their relationship problems are related to their childhood experiences. But if you find relationships painful and difficult you’re probably recreating and reliving your childhood interactions with mum and dad...


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what people say...

I have been doing much better over the last few months in that I have not been having the bouts of crying like I used to for the last couple of years.

24-year-old female - Australia,
Name withheld for confidentiality

I do not subscribe to the principle that all pain is therapeutic and indeed, in my case, the realisation of the extent of my abuse has been completely overwhelming. I am very thankful that I have had the primal process as a therapy that has given me more insight and useful day to day strategies to deal with my pain.

52-year-old male - Australia,
Name withheld for confidentiality

The primal process helped me to gain the happy on the inside feeling that I have been searching for.


38-year-old female - Australia,
Name withheld for confidentiality

I hate coming to this place because I know the awful dark stuff I’m going to have to deal with. But since I’ve been coming here I am more masculine and I have done more in my life in the last few months than I have in the last six years.

23-year-old male - Australia,
Name withheld for confidentiality

For me, primal is not just about pain. I also accessed and experienced joy and ecstasy and peace and freedom and love toward myself and others, compassion, creativity, spiritual awareness, and a deep connection to the natural world, enhanced self-appreciation and a desire to learn more. 

43-year-old female - Australia,
Name withheld for confidentiality

Having been a person with incredible trust difficulties I would say without hesitation that your patience and willing to allow me to develop trust at my own pace is the first step is feeling safe. 

60-year-old male - Australia,
Name withheld for confidentiality

Now that I am on the journey I don't regret it (because there’s no point) and I know I have learned a lot about humans from the therapy. But it’s expensive, emotionally and psychologically precarious at times, time-consuming, and can be self-consuming to the expense of making families, careers, etc.


38-year-old female - Australia,
Name withheld for confidentiality

I feel better since I felt the helpless rage of being locked and left alone in the crib. This primal rage and all I can do is bang my head and that is all I can I do. No words can describe it. My mind seems calmer and I don't have the flashbacks like I used too. 


68-year-old male - China,
Name withheld for confidentiality

Primal takes time, obviously, to descend into my 'inner places'; and it also takes a great deal of perseverance and courage to gain an understanding into my own pain and my unique processes in deep feeling work. 

66-year-old female - Australia,
Name withheld for confidentiality

I was starting to feel that everything was too much, and I need somewhere to come and let my feelings out. I feel ready for primal…well, I don’t feel ready, I’ll never feel ready for primal but it feels so much better to let all those feelings just go, and I don’t feel bad about be angry at my parents. 

23-year-old male - Australia,
Name withheld for confidentiality

It is sooooooooo painful, and I feel my life has been limited by this pain. But I also know that going into the pain is essential too…


58-year-old female - Australia,
Name withheld for confidentiality

I did not go as deep and far back as some other people, but I went into deep early feelings and felt relief and resolving of pain afterwards.


35-year-old female - Australia,
Name withheld for confidentiality

I’m so critical of everyone – Christie’s story

By Jamillon Centre© | February 14, 2017

Despite having the ideal successful family and life, dealing with a lifetime of suppressed anger about being responsible for someone else’s happiness, caused Christie to punish herself with harsh and highly critical self-talk that made her deeply unhappy…

Why am I always angry – Alan’s story

By Jamillon Centre© | November 27, 2016

  If you’re asking yourself “why am I always angry for no reason” you’re probably worried that there’s something wrong with you. But if you’re frequently angry and you don’t know why you might be relieved to know that there is a very good reason why you’re angry and it tends to be buried in Read More …

I want to die – Shamini’s suicide story

By Jamillon Centre© | March 12, 2015

Nothing can change what happened to you in your childhood. But with commitment and the willingness to do the feeling work you can heal the tender wounds of childhood by processing the emotional pain, hurt and devastation that you still carry.

Interested in finding out if primal therapy can help you? Contact us today...

Safely lessen or eliminate painful emotions and feelings from your past.