“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t—you’re right.”
What does “holistic” mean?
Our holistic approach means we take into account the “whole” you and the relationship between the mind, body, and spirit. That may mean we consider things like sleep, eating habits, exercise, stress level, spirituality, relationships, job satisfaction, meaningful activities, and hobbies.
People also tend to think of holistic as meaning the absence of medication in the treatment approach. While we use tools and techniques that may help clients avoid or decrease medication, we support the use of medication prescribed by trusted healthcare providers when it is in a client’s best interest.
Through evidence-based practices, we get to the heart of your specific challenges. Then we build a foundation of wellness that allows you to grow and flourish.
Your physical state affects your mindset, and your mind can heal your body. Our comprehensive therapeutic approach uses methodologies that address both.
When you listen to your mind and body, you can grow connection with other people, the world around you, and your unique purpose.
Tools We Use
All therapists are clinically trained and many have additional specialization and certifications.