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Holistic Clinical Therapy

Let's tap the power of your natural design

Ethos & Methodology

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Right now over 10 million sensory neurons in your body are working to help you adapt to change, connect with your environment, and thrive in the world.  

 

Yet excess stimulation, overexertion, and trauma disrupt our ability to effectively respond to sensory information, causing dis-order, dis-ease, and dis-harmony. Body-centered therapies can bring us back in touch with our sensory system so we can cooperate with the intelligence of our natural design to heal and transform. 

Sensory Intelligence
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The psyche, body, and soul are a connected whole. An imbalance in one aspect will always cause an imbalance in another if the issue is chronic or prolonged. Traditional Chinese Medicine offers a holistic lens through which we can assess the origins of dis-order, dis-ease, and dis-harmony. From here, we work at the root of your challenges to balance your entire being. 

Traditional Chinese Medicine
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The subconscious mind governs over 90% of your perceptions, emotions, attachment styles, tissue memories, physiological patterns, nervous system habits, and the use of your creativity. The subconscious exists at the level of the sensory system, or felt-sense. 

 

Yogic psychology enables us to work with your subconscious to identify patterns that may be creating or perpetuating dis-order, dis-ease, or dis-harmony in your life. 

Yogic Psychology
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There is meant to be a rise and fall to every nervous system response, sleep and hormone cycle, and all of our bodily processes. Even our emotions are meant to wax and wane. When these processes become static, dis-ease, dis-order, and dis-harmony soon follow. 

 

With body-centered therapy, we can reclaim rhythm in your psyche and body for healing and transformation. These protocols may include acupressure, movement therapy, herbal therapy, somatic meditation, and Sensory Motion™.

Body-centered Therapy
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Why do so many people with trauma struggle to see results in traditional therapy? Because talk therapy targets the neo-cortex of the brain and trauma is stored in the sub-cortex, which is linked to the physiology and autonomic nervous system.

 

In my practice, body-centered approaches that target the sub-cortex are working even for clients who were previously discouraged by decades of traditional therapy. To see what they have to say, click here

Trauma Support