rachel allen

Rachel Allen

Comment(s) May 19, 2015

“Rachel Allen has over a decade and a half of experience in the healing and expressive arts and is active in facilitating chant, drumming and movement to support healing and empowerment at yoga studios, retreats, conferences and other gatherings regionally and nationally. Rachel is a theme based yoga teacher and workshop facilitator and uses live music, […]Read More

Marissa Angeletti

Marissa Angeletti

Comment(s) September 13, 2015

“Marissa Angeletti, M.A., R-DMT, RYT-200, is a Dance/Movement Therapist, Yoga teacher, movement-based trauma specialist, and therapeutic movement educator and practitioner. Personal practice and experience inform and inspire Marissa’s appreciation for the body/mind connection, whether in a yoga class or therapeutic session. She is interested in helping her students and clients access deeper, more holistic levels of experience and knowing in order to come to a greater sense of […]Read More

Melissa Berry Appleton

Melissa Berry Appleton

Comment(s) March 17, 2019

“Melissa Berry Appleton has been a student of yoga for over 20 years. She received extensive teacher training in both yoga and meditation from Michael Stone, Karen Sprute Francovich, and a slew of Anusara Teachers. Her classes invite people to explore inner landscapes of the body, outer landscapes of the world, compassion, creativity, wise alignment, and breath. Both […]Read More

Jody Barnes

Jody Barnes

Comment(s) November 19, 2015

“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 12 years of experience working with children, adolescents and adults struggling with a history of sexual abuse/assault, domestic violence and PTSD. While working with survivors of abuse, my interest in the mind-body connection was reinforced and led me toward utilizing yoga as an adjunctive practice toward […]Read More

Ellen Boeder

Ellen Boeder

Comment(s) June 28, 2012

“Ellen Boeder is a psychotherapist in private practice in Boulder, Colorado. Since 2004, she has worked primarily with women and is now incorporating couple therapy into her practice. Her theoretic approach includes transpersonal psychology, developmental attachment theory, family systems, and somatic and energetic modalities. For couple therapy she also utilizes Stan Tatkin’s model, the Psychobiological […]Read More

Molly Boeder Harris

Molly Boeder Harris

Comment(s) December 10, 2012

“In 2003, Molly Boeder Harris entered the movement to end sexual violence and began a deep personal immersion into somatic trauma healing practices for her own recovery. Initially, she served as a volunteer advocate for sexual assault survivors and after a year of service, she started working professionally as a Medical and Legal Advocate. In […]Read More

Lisa Boldin

Lisa Boldin

Comment(s) May 7, 2015

“Lisa Boldin is a Certified Facilitator of Trauma Sensitive Yoga and a Supervisor for TCTSY students in the certification program at the Trauma Center in Brookline, MA.” Contact Information: Email: Lisa@samatalcenter.com | Website: www.samatalcenter.com + www.lisaboldin.com | Practice Location: North Hampton, NH + Boston, MA Professional Information About Lisa Boldin Lisa is a Certified Facilitator of Trauma Sensitive Yoga and a Supervisor for […]Read More

kate busby

Kate Busby

Comment(s) January 8, 2017

“Kate Busby is a trauma-informed Oregon Medical Board Licensed Acupuncturist, certified Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP), sound healer and yoga teacher committed to helping people who are suffering and want to find healing.” Contact Information: Email: katebusby@kwanyineast.com & kfbusby@gmail.com | Website: www.katefbusby.com | Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kate-Busby-Acupuncture-Yoga-636436193069177/ | Phone: 503-719-4533 | Practice Location: Kwan Yin Healing Arts East, 3115 NE Sandy […]Read More

Merari Fernandez Castro

Merari Fernandez Castro

Comment(s) September 21, 2015

“Merari Fernandez Castro is a sensitive, conscious and intuitive psychotherapist who values each individual’s uniqueness and capacities for self healing. She has spent her career working with survivors of trauma and addressing trauma’s effects on their emotional and physical bodies. She has nurtured her interest in the trauma field through her professional experience, her training […]Read More

Center for Contextual Change

Center for Contextual Change

Comment(s) August 18, 2012

“Celebrating the resilience of the human spirit and a commitment to helping others, the Center for Contextual Change (CCC) was created in 1993 to provide hope and positive change. Dedicated to assisting individuals, couples and families enhance their strengths, develop new coping strategies and heal emotional wounds, CCC utilizes a strength-based contextual therapy to empower […]Read More

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