Properly understood as a question of focus, unconditional love is the creative process.
About my approach to mind body psychotherapy
Mind body psychotherapy helps us connect with our aliveness, creativity, and heal blocks. Over the years I have developed a highly intuitive approach to working with the nervous system, the personality and day to day practical issues that affect people. I deeply respect the unique relationship each person has to their pain and to their healing. This means that I pay close attention to you and the pace of each session.
Fees for my services are $115.00 an hour for using EMDR and Trauma Resolution therapy.
If you are interested in using your insurance or Employee Assistance Program (EAP) I am on the following panels.
Aetna EAP which is called Horizon EAP
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield EAP
Cigna EAP It is also important to remember that the nature of EAP's are brief and solution focused.
Aetna Behavioral Health
Magellan Behavioral Health
Cigna Behavioral Health
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
777 S. Wadsworth Blvd, Bldg 2 #106 Lakewood, CO, 80226 303-274-2485
My formal training includes:
BA in psychology at Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon
MSW in Social Work, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
Social Work Fellowship, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, OKC
State of Colorado License, 1990
For the next 10 years I worked in various mental health centers and agencies with adolescents, families, couples, and children using cognitive behavioral and family systems approaches. In 1990's I trained in mind body modalities that included:
Certification in Integrative Body Psychotherapy
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing, Level 1
Emotional Freedom Technique
Karen Mills Bevers Holistic Mind Body Trauma Healing Using EMDR and EFT
Self-creation is an art of fire.
All Higher Self communication begins in the heart.
Like many people in the healing profession, I became interested in psychotherapy as a way to heal myself. Having survived an accident as a teenager taught me about physical healing and served as an initiation into a further awakening.
In college I became intrigued by psychology and the idea of becoming a psychotherapist. Little did I know that it would be the journey of a lifetime.
As we learn that we are mind, body, emotions, heart, and Spirit, we begin to search intuitively. Hope and inspiration are vital components of the healing journey and we ask," What inspires me? "What gives me hope?"
Creativity is a tool that helps us transform and move our development to the next level. Do we realize that a "seeming" wall is an opportunity to discover more of who we are and what we want? How do we find these answers?