I Am Because We Are
I Am Because We Are
This project encompasses the Ubuntu concept meaning “I am because you are.” Humans cannot exist in isolation. The Greater Mercy is how we are intricately interconnected. We believe that we can understand this interconnection as we engage in compassionate community. In this way, we will create an important culture shift during a critical time on this planet. Through a variety of educational and therapeutic modalities, we offer individuals from the community a way to heal and become more connected to self, others, and the natural world. Many of our clients seek our services to find relief, support, and healing from physical, emotional, or spiritual pain. Each of our clients have unique circumstances. We honor our clients in finding transformative and experiential opportunities specific to their unique goals.
Grief, Loss, and Healing
Journey through issues of grief and loss in this experiential curriculum that provides a safe, confidential, and nonjudgemental environment. We will provide you with an opportunity to work through the many issues of loss that occur throughout our lives. We offer this work in a variety of formats including weekend expressive art workshops, 8-week curriculum for adults, in-school educational workshops for both students and faculty.
Current offerings include Healing Through Expression weekend workshops, Grief Recovery Method 8-week group or individual workshop, and educational workshops for children, youth, parents, and adults who work with children/youth.
Jennifer Sabatier is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist and is currently working on her Masters in Consciousness and Transformational Studies. Please contact Jennifer by phone 512-992-8725 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on grief and loss services.
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Find relief, support, and healing through professional therapy modalities. Amy Lyles is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, Registered Play Therapist Supervisor, CIAYT Professional Yoga Therapist, and Sound Therapist. Amy is a passionate therapist with nearly 30 years of experience, specializing in mind-body connection, play therapy, yoga therapy, and nature based therapy.
Current client offerings include therapy offerings for children and adults tailored to specific issues and needs. Therapy may include talk therapy, play/art therapy for children and filial therapy for families. For some clients, movement is an essential part of their healing and development. Yoga therapy may provide a safe and effective way to meet clients’ goals. Sound Therapy, using Tibetan bowls, can be an effective healing modality. Sound, both as pure tones and as music, affects an astonishing array of physiological and psychological conditions.
Please contact Amy Lyles, LPC-S, MED, RPT-S, CIAYT Yoga Therapist by phone 512-644-1778 or email email@example.com to schedule a consult, appointment, or inquire further about services.