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Our current scope of practice includes:


stress Management

Stress can come from both external and internal factors. External factors include your environment, your job, your relationships with others, and all the challenges you encounter, and the expectations you have. Internal factors influence your body’s manner of responding or reacting to the external stressors. Internal variables include nutrition, overall health and physical fitness, emotional well-being and how much sleep you get.

Excess stress can lead to problems emotionally (anxiety and depression), physically (sleep issues, muscle tension, headaches, psoriasis, gastro-intestinal and more) and behaviorally (alcohol and drug abuse, overeating, angry outbursts). A variety of different relaxation techniques can help by producing the relaxation response. The relaxation response is not lying on the couch or sleeping, but a mentally active process that leaves the body relaxed, calm, focuses and able to promote self-healing for a total sense of well-being.

Techniques used in Biofeedback, Mindfulness, and Relaxation Therapy

  • Diaphragmatic and other Breathing Skills
  • Passive Muscle Relaxation
  • Progressive Muscle Relaxation
  • Autogenics
  • Guided Visual Imagery
  • Meditation
  • Yoga


I hope to provide clients with a better understanding of how the mind-body connection influences our physical and emotional health, and how we can learn skills that enhance our overall well-being.

All treatment is individualized and will be tailored to your needs. I am dedicated to providing my clients courteous, compassionate, and professional service.