People struggling with anxiety disorders and depression (including eating disorders, drug or alcohol abuse, and sex addiction) particularly benefit from clinical work that emphasizes the body-mind connection. My passion and respect for body-mind psychotherapy grows as I witness its simplicity and potency. For those who are motivated to grow, body-mind interventions tend to quicken symptom relief and uproot stubborn behavioral patterns. Well-being and wholeness are innate; emphasizing the body-mind connection encourages people to uncover and claim that well-being, vitality, and creativity -- forgotten, perhaps, but still intact.
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