Sunita Pattani


Sunita Pattani is a psychotherapist/researcher based in London. She is particularly interested in how the quantum world-view informs psychotherapeutic practice, and currently specialises in using energy psychology to treat psychological trauma. Sunita is a graduate of the University of Birmingham, where she obtained a degree in Mathematics, Science and Education in 2003, followed by a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) in 2004. In 2009, she studied an advanced Diploma in Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapeutic Counselling. Sunita holds a keen interest in conducting research in the field of energy psychology. She has just finished co-authoring her third book, The Quantum Science of Happiness with Amit Goswami, Ph.D.

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Work with Sunita

Psychotherapy

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Matrix Re-imprinting

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Emotional freedom techniques (EFT)

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Meta-health analysis

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Next Events


Matrix Training
São Paulo, Brazil
19th-23rd February 2021

EFT Training
São Paulo, Brazil
26th February - 2nd March 2021

Launch of my new book in Brazil!

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      Featured posts

      On Binge Eating Disorder

      So, usually when I write blogs, I write from a psychotherapeutic perspective. Not today. It’s National Eating Disorders Awareness week and today I choose to write raw.

      Even when I was a size 10, I thought I was fat. I never felt beautiful enough, intelligent enough, cool enough, social enough (I am still not social enough, but this is something I have come to embrace and love about myself). And, I never felt thin enough. I was quite a shy, socially awkward child and I grew up in an environment that valued perfection immensely and I was uncomfortable with my body from as far back as I can remember.

      How We Become Fragmented: The Rise of Our ECHOs

      Every human on the planet has a deep yearning for love, connection and safety. When we’re faced with abuse or neglect as children, especially from those that we love, the need to escape arises. We need to psychologically distance ourselves to avoid becoming overwhelmed by our experiences. Desperately trying to maintain some attachment to our family, aspects of our self-esteem, we disconnect from that experience and we disown that part of our self.

      About Suicide…

      ***Trigger Warning - Post About Suicide***
      The news of Bollywood actor, Sushant Singh Rajput taking his life has shaken many around the world, and once again I find myself reflecting about the human psyche. I have spent countless hours sitting with people, listening to them and exploring why they feel the way that they do. I have worked with people who have both thought about suicide and attempted suicide. For some, it’s a mild ideation -a distant possibility, and yet for others it is an obsessive thought.

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