Holistic Philosophy

"Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity."  ~World Health Organization, 1948
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WholeTherapy was developed with a vision that wellness is ultimately achieved by attending not only to our body, but our mind and soul as well. When we neglect one part of ourselves, we may oftentimes notice a greater impact on our ability to function and stay present for the people andthings in our lives. WholeTherapy specifically addresses your mental health and emotional well-being, while also acknowledging the importance of exercise, diet and spiritual fulfillment to maximize "feeling good.”

 I encourage my clients to focus on creating balance in their lives through: 

  • Good self-care practices
  • Connecting to the body using mindfulness practices
  • Building good social health through strong connections to others, and understanding our core set of beliefs and values
  • Nurturing ourselves by connecting with feelings of gratitude and self-compassion