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An Integrative Approach To Whole-Self Healing

You are already complete. You already possess all that you need. It is simply our forgetting this truth that is at the root of our mental and emotional stress. My role is to help you re-connect and re-align with what is most true and authentic within you so that you can thrive.

Having an ally with you in your healing, someone who has been there, who understands, and who can help be your guide is one of the most valuable resources toward your total health; body, mind, and spirit.

My lens is holistic and integrative and I use a variety of practices and techniques to help you begin to see yourself through that same lens. I combine my understanding of western psychology, somatic interventions and yogic wisdom to help gain insight and ultimately transformation as you find your way back to a sense of wholeness.

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My expertise is in the integration of psychology, somatics and and the yoga tradition

My expertise is in the integration of psychology, somatics and and the yoga tradition

Mind

True healing requires us to gain insight into who we are and why we do what we do. We certainly don’t want to linger in past hurts but the truth is we do all come from somewhere and the more we understand about those early dynamics, the more able we are to heal our whole selves and move forward in our lives. I look through the lens of both psychodynamic and attachment theory as a way to help guide our work together.

Body

Somatic psychotherapy’s primary focus is on the awareness of the mind-body connection. It is grounded in the understanding that once we connect to sensations and feelings held in the body, the nervous system can begin to unwind and release tension and unconsciously held patterns. As we expand our capacity to tolerate experience and sensation, we create space for a greater awareness and curiosity to grow.

Spirit

The practice of yoga illuminates the understanding that we are more than our personalities and offers a uniquely integrated perspective of true health. Through experiential practices and techniques, self-inquiry and a focus on present moment experience , yoga shines its light on what we most need to see. It emphasizes experience over analysis and helps to lay out a path of action that will lead us toward total health and Self understanding.

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Mind

True healing requires us to gain insight into who we are and why we do what we do. We certainly don’t want to linger in past hurts but the truth is we do all come from somewhere and the more we understand about those early dynamics, the more able we are to heal our whole selves and move forward in our lives. I look through the lens of both psychodynamic and attachment theory as a way to help guide our work together. .

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Body

Somatic psychotherapy’s primary focus is on the awareness of the mind-body connection. It is grounded in the understanding that once we connect to sensations and feelings held in the body, the nervous system can begin to unwind and release tension and unconsciously held patterns. As we expand our capacity to tolerate experience and sensation, we create space for a greater awareness and curiosity to grow.

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Spirit

The practice of yoga illuminates the understanding that we are more than our personalities and offers a uniquely integrated perspective of true health. Through experiential practices and techniques, self-inquiry and a focus on present moment experience , yoga shines its light on what we most need to see. It emphasizes experience over analysis and helps to lay out a path of action that will lead us toward total health and Self understanding.

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