Individuals, Couples, and Group Sessions
A Cure For Alcoholism
The Sinclair Method
Yes, you read that correctly: a cure. I have seen it firsthand.
The Sinclair Method (TSM) uses the nervous system’s own mechanism, called “extinction”, for gradually removing the interest in alcohol and the behaviors involved in alcohol drinking. Therefore, the technical term for TSM is “pharmacological extinction.”
Crisis Intervention & Mediation
Help For The Helper
Sometimes a loved one gets caught in the midst of an unfortunate event that ends up involving family, friends or caregivers. The weight of the load of the critical circumstances often overwhelms everyone even as they attempt to stay available for the one in crisis.
Experiential Hands-On Therapy
With an undergraduate degree in fine arts, I know firsthand the therapeutic effects that creative activities can have for individuals. Sometimes it is easier to express thoughts and feelings in a non-verbal way...
Tomatis® Neurosensory Stimulation
Listening Is Different Than Hearing!
The Tomatis® Method is a natural approach to neurosensory stimulation. Learning and communicating are processes that can seem easy; they are natural for most of us. But for one in ten people, it is a daily battle. The ability to properly process sensory information is compromised...
Behavioral, Emotional and Clinical Mental Health Therapy
Individuals, Couples and Groups
Through a comprehensive care approach to behavioral, emotional and mental health, the focus is on identifying and understanding unwanted symptoms by viewing each person as a whole. By listening and identifying signs of disorder, recognizing the actual root causes of distress or disturbance, we can then go to work to find resolutions.
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“CULTURE, AS IN “AGRICULTURE,” is the cultivation of the soil from which men grow. To determine proper methods, we must have a clear idea of the crop. “What is man?” the Penny Catechism asks, and answers: “A creature made in the image and likeness of God, to know, love and serve Him.” Culture, therefore, clearly has this simple end, no matter how complex or difficult the means. Our happiness consists in a perfection that is no mere endless hedonistic whoosh through space and time, but the achievement of that definite love and knowledge which is final and complete. All the paraphernalia of our lives, intellectual, moral, social, psychological, and physical, has this end: Christian culture is the cultivation of saints."
John Senior, The Death of Christian Culture Ch. I, pt. II
"The ear is like a gateway through which we can tinker with the body's metabolic balance, without the need for medication or invasive procedures. We believe these results are just the tip of the iceberg...We are excited to investigate further into the effects and potential long-term benefits of daily ear stimulation, as we have seen a great response to the treatment so far."