People are thinking, feeling, moving, relational, and spiritual beings. If one of these areas becomes disrupted, it has an impact on all other areas. In this view, therapy is an opportunity to bring air to the patterns and conditions we experience in a supportive way. We approach our clients from a person-centered, integrative mental health perspective.
We believe each person is naturally healthy and whole and already possesses the necessary resources to create the shifts and changes they would like to see in their lives.
Through collaboration with our clients, we look into daily experiences that include relationships, exercise, patterns of thoughts and feelings, eating and sleeping habits, and the impact they have on mind and body. We then develop meaningful and substantive approaches in order to help our clients live according to their values in health and wellness.
We provide evidence-based approaches and sustainable strategies to best support the overall wellness, health, and well-being of our clients.
We coach our clients to achieve their goals by working with an individual's strengths and values in creating plans for a long-term wellness strategy. Our approach is often describe as inspiring, empowering and a motivating experience.
True collaboration between the coach and the client is expected. Depending on the area of focus, and the wellness coach's expertise and education, a wellness coach may be able to help with setting goals with clients for improved:
Mental and emotional health
Lifestyle changes in behavior
to improve a person's overall
We provide a comprehensive continuing education and professional development program. Our training program is anchored in our integrative mental health and mind-body medicine framework providing you with theoretical and practice-based knowledge to empower and bring forth healing with your clients and within your community.
*Joshua D. Hendrickson, LCSW, PLLC is recognized by the New York
State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an
approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0636