It's all about sensory neurons
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.
So why do millions of people not feel adaptable, connected, or thriving?
It's because there has been a communication breakdown within our sensory system - meaning that valuable information from our sensory neurons is being ignored, suppressed, or overlooked. This thwarts our ability to appropriately respond to stimuli and can lead to toxicity overload or malnourishment in our bodies, psycho-emotional imbalance, and relationship chaos.
If you are ready for a new experience of health, adaptability, and aliveness, then let's embark on an educational healing journey in which I offer customized holistic protocols that work specifically with your sensory system. You will come away from our work together with an expanded sense of personal mastery and independence that you can draw upon for rest of your life.
My approach includes Traditional Chinese Medicine, sensory-motor therapy, yogic-psychology, herbalism, and body-centered trauma support. Read on to learn more.
Holistic Clinical Therapist
"In just 2 hours I was able to access parts of myself that I have never been able to access. I felt the freedom to experience whatever came up without judgment.
Amanda is an amazing guide, helping me access the parts of me that are dying to come out. I felt safe, loved, and supported.
I now have so much more insight into myself and my relationship."
- Kate in Illinois
"I'm 40 years old now and have been in and out of traditional talk therapy and psychotherapy since I was 12... It just hadn't helped although I desperately wanted to heal.
I've had 14 private sessions with Amanda now. In the beginning I honestly didn't trust that it would work. I don't think I'll ever be happier about being wrong.
I've now been able to relieve symptoms during flashbacks, to calm panic attacks, and release trauma from my body. It's like I was living in a dark forest of perpetual night and the sun is just rising for the first time."
- Alex in Oregon