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February 27, 2017

Integrative Body Therapy for Infants and Children with special needs

C-section, forceps or any interventions that might have caused trauma or distress to the infant can leave long term effects in their bodies. The results may lead to poor attachment, learning disabilities, sensory processing disorder, anxiety, scoliosis, or other physical problems. A CranioSacral approach treats the whole person, emotional, mental and physical. Early intervention can make a huge difference in the healthy development of your child. Treatment for the parents helps them to be more […]
March 6, 2017

Individual Somatic Psychodrama Therapy

Psychodrama is a relational form of psychotherapy which works holistically with a person to explore family dynamics or work related conflicts.  Story telling in action, its roots lie in theater as well as theories of healthy, child development. With a wellness based approach, therapy is focused on a person’s creativity and life skills. Somatically, focusing on the body allows the person to discover the connection to body mind and how that affects their energy and […]
February 5, 2018

The Window of Tolerance

Returning to ‘flow’; Regulating the nervous system, Restoring the harmonics of the body mind.  Before working with anxious, distressed or hyper vigilant clients it’s critical to understand the physiology of the nervous system from a somatic emotional perspective. Teaching your clients about the” Window of Tolerance” (Ogden, Minton, 2000) can be a useful visual and experiential tool to their self-management and emotional balance.  Many clients who come to see us have a hard time hearing […]