“A family is a place where minds come in contact with one another. If these minds love one another the home will be as beautiful as a flower garden. But if these minds get out of harmony with one another it is like a storm that plays havoc with the garden.” ~ Buddha
How we relate to our family is how we relate to the world. We cultivate an inner sense of safety and ability to connect based on our family experience.
Therefore, when we nurture balance and harmony in the family, we also work to create more compassionate and aware communities, states, nations and the world as a whole.
For families seeking more love, connection and peace, I offer experiential family therapy that inspires healing, attachment, and the ability to communicate with authenticity and compassion. In a sanctuary of safety, we will explore your family’s individual and collective strengths and challenges, limiting beliefs and propel intimacy through present-focused interventions, exercises and communication.
Next Breath family therapy honors diversity and welcomes whoever you call family on a journey from separation to connection, from dysfunction to wholeness. To learn more about my services, please see below.
55 minute session: $125
- Six, 55 minute sessions paid up front in full: $675
- For your convenience, Next Breath Counseling allows you to pay via cash, check or credit card. We also offer online invoicing.
- At this time, Next Breath Counseling does not take any commercial insurance other than Valley View Hospital’s EAP. We are working on getting approved for Anthem, however it’s a process. We recommend that you call your insurance company to see what they cover regarding counseling services. Some offer reimbursements while others only work with providers in their network. We also recommend checking with your employer to see if they have an EAP (employee assistance program) that funds counseling services.
Mondays, Tues & Thursdays: 2-9pm; Wednesdays: 4-9pm
“All the suffering, stress, and addiction comes from not realizing you already are what you are looking for.” ~ Jon Kabat-Zinn