At Being Integrative Psychotherapy, I believe in a holistic and integrative approach to therapy, which leads to physical and mental health. I understand that the discomfort or symptoms you’re experiencing aren’t just a product of your mind and emotions, but can arise from your body, spirit, and soul, a feeling of disconnection to yourself and to the greater world. Your health is dependent upon many parts that communicate or work together in an integrative fashion, and therefore it is important to address the whole you, to attend to your needs as a whole individual.
My approach to therapy, and ultimately mental health, is to help you find and address the root causes of your suffering, rather than to label and treat the symptoms alone; after all, you’re more than just a label. In a relaxed atmosphere, we will work with you to address the mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical imbalances that are causing you stress and discomfort. I support effective, natural approaches to healing that support the body’s own ability to bring about balance and health.
I specialize in working with individual adults to develop tools to better understand and cope with feelings of inadequacy, self-doubt, negative self-talk, shame, guilt, anxiety, and depression. Together we will work towards freedom from limiting thoughts, freedom to be who you want, and to become who you know you can be.
The office of Being Integrative Psychotherapy is warm and welcoming, set on the corner of Ramsey Street and Pleasant Avenue in the renovated German Bethlehem Presbyterian Church built by Cass Gilbert in 1890. From the stone steps to the comfortable waiting area, the office is ideal for working through issues, feelings, and thoughts. Free public parking lot or on-street parking available. Convenient location on bus line.
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The therapists at Being provide comprehensive individual therapy adults. Daytime, evening and weekend appointments are available. We offer every new client a free 15-minute phone consultation. During that time we can further discuss the issues you are having and how to find solutions to them. We will also be able to tell you if we work with the particular issues you are experiencing. If not, we can refer you to someone who does.
So, what can you do? You’ve already taken the first step. The next one is to make the call 651-408-5069 or