Psychotherapy is the process of assisting the patient to take him to a state of harmony and balance. In the field of regression these goals are similar to those posed by any other form of psychotherapy: the alleviation of crises and conflicts, improved relations and increased self esteem and self-worth. One of the most important objectives is the acceptance of who you are in any area or level of our lives, leading to to the person a feeling of comfort and well being yourself no matter what the situation in which life has placed us. The assumption – if we can call it that – of regression therapy is to make the unconscious conscious so that we can be free again when making choices or decisions and not continue acting on unconscious conditioning. Today many people seek new ways of managing deep-rooted problems which, though perhaps current manifestations were caused by an emotional experience earlier. These current problems can cover a wide range of situations desirable, for example, fear or dependency relationships, phobias, feelings of inadequacy, rejection, anger, depression, exaggerated behavior, etc. However there is a common fact in all of them: if we are to help a person to eradicate a problem and live a fuller and happier life, it is necessary to recognize and understand the cause of his current condition. The most direct way of doing this is through regression therapy. Regressive therapy differs from conventional therapy which is conducted in an altered state of consciousness.