Self healing for your wellness journey from surviving to thriving

Somatic and bottom up healing modalites for releasing stress

Emotional Freedom Therapy~EFT

The emotional freedom technique (EFT) is an alternative to traditional pain and emotional distress treatment. EFT is also known as tapping or psychological acupressure.

EFT stimulates energy points in the body with the fingertips. Gary Craig, the mastermind behind EFT, explains that the treatment arose from the idea that all negative emotions are caused by a disruption in the body’s energy system.
To release blockages, EFT taps on the acupressure points through which “life energy” flows in the body (meridian points). These specific energy pathways, or meridians, aid in maintaining your health by balancing energy flow. An imbalance in the flow of energy can lead to disease or sickness. Tapping these meridian points with the fingertips is thought to release the blockage, thus relieving the pain or distress for personal peace.


M.A.T. Energy Healing Sessions

80-95% of illness and disease is from stress. Releasing the stress, anxiety, depression and stuck emotions is essential for your healing. Emotions anre energy in motion and you have always had the power to heal yourself!

Private Therapeutic Breathwork

A private session with a trained professional, either online or in person, to help you release stress and anxiety and enter a deep state of rest so your body can heal through connection and bliss.

Discover the profound therapeutic power of your breath and set yourself free to live, love and be.

Strategic Intervention

Strategic Intervention, or SI, is a process that tries to find the most useful and effective forms of strategic action and communication from a variety of fields, such as Ericksonian therapy, strategic family therapy, Human Needs Psychology, organizational psychology, neurolinguistics, psychology of influence, strategic studies, traditions of diplomacy and negotiation, and others.

The goal of  Strategic is to create a very practical way to act strategically to get things done so that people’s needs are met and raised.

I believe there are many traditions of Strategic Intervention wherever people use extraordinary skill to make positive changes in themselves and their communities. Nelson Mandela and Gandhi are two examples of masterful Strategic Interventionists who were not limited by their religion, culture, institution, job description, or political philosophy (as Strategic Intervention should.) SI is different from other strategic studies because it is based on the idea that some “holistic” solutions “snap into place” when more people’s needs are met, spoken about, and given more importance. Why? Because our solutions are based on the idea that everyone can grow and make a difference. When growth and contribution back up a change, it not only “sticks,” but it also affects hundreds of other people in a good way. In fact, these solutions give you more for less work.

The tradition of Strategic Intervention, also known as Human Needs Psychology (HNP), comes from the idea that meaning has the power to shape every part of a person’s life. The great ideas and works of Victor Frankl and Milton Erickson’s creative breakthroughs in human intervention have had a big impact on many. These techniques are also based on the work of the Gregory Bateson group at the Mental Research Institute.