One-on-One Sessions (50 minutes)
I provide individual therapy to older adolescents and adults. I believe therapy is most helpful when the goals for treatment are developed collaboratively and that we have identified outcomes so we can ensure that you are gaining the skills and insights needed to move you in the direction you want.
We’ll work together to create positive, lasting change using an individualized approach tailored to your specific needs and life experience.
What is Body-Mind Therapy?
Body-Centered Therapy (or Bioenergetic Analysis) is an approach to healing and growth that looks at a person as an integrated whole: mind, body, and spirit. In contrast to traditional psychotherapy or “talk therapy,” which focuses on life history and the analysis of thought, the Body-Mind therapist appreciates not only these aspects, but also is interested in the relationship between a person’s mental, physical, and spiritual experiences. This approach is also called Holistic or Integrative. Techniques used in somatic therapy include mindfulness, yoga therapy, hypnosis, meditation, nutritional and wellness counseling, guided imagery, EMDR, neurofeedback, and biofeedback among others. Beth incorporates a variety of these tools to individualize her approach to working with each of her clients.
Psychotherapy is usually a mental activity. People are talking about thoughts, feelings, memories and goals. This is all valuable work and is a significant part of what happens in her sessions. However, in recent times there have been a growing number of therapists working with the mind-body connection and others working with the spiritual realm. Beth’s approach to therapy is truly integrative because it incorporates the mind, body, and spirit. The following are examples of Mind-Body Therapies:
- Biofeedback or Neurofeedback
- EMDR (Eye Motion Desensitization and Reprocessing)
- Yoga Therapy