Creating a Warm Therapeutic Relationship With j Healing Therapy
Sacia provides a welcoming and warm therapeutic relationship as she guides her clients on their journey towards healing. She is passionate about working with people and believes every feeling, thought and story matters.
A randomized trial showed that a short series of healing therapy sessions reduced symptoms in a sample of persons receiving substance abuse treatment. Baseline characteristics were analyzed on an intention-to-treat basis.
The CWCA credential offers recognition as a wound care specialist to those who demonstrate a distinct and specialized knowledge of wound management. This credential is designed for licensed physical therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapy assistants, registered nurses, registered practical nurses and certified allied health professionals.
This certification is a professional qualification based on the principles of a sound healing approach. It draws enrollment from a broad range of professions including yoga instructors, Reiki specialists, massage therapists and psychotherapists who are intrigued by the therapeutic capability of sound.
Angela is a holistic physical therapist who works with pediatic clients as a contractor at New Beginning Pediatric Rehab and sees adults through her private practice Inner Connections LLC. She combines manual techniques including pelvic floor physical therapy, Upledger Cranio Sacral Therapy and Visceral Manipulation with Healing from the Core skills. In addition to her healing work, she maintains a strong connection to herself through her meditation and dance practice (especially ballroom).
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Healing therapy is a holistic practice that involves light touching and sometimes incorporating music. The touch is gentle and non-invasive and is generally performed with the healer’s hands placed on the shoulders, feet or arms with verbal consent. Healers claim that they are able to channel energy from an unknown source to promote self-healing in the participants and that they do not manipulate or direct the outcome of a session.
A pragmatic trial design was utilised due to the potential placebo effect of using a ‘sham’ therapist, ethical considerations and a desire only to determine whether adding healing therapy to a patients usual care offered improvements. Sample size was calculated based on power calculations relating to the primary outcome measure (change in MYMOP score) and an allowance for a 10% loss to follow up.
Although there is a lack of large scale data regarding healers, many of whom work independently, it is feasible to construct a database which would collect details of healer-client interactions. Such a database could help to explore simple questions about who seeks out healing and why, while also providing valuable insights into the heterogeneity of practices and their outcomes.
Kelly is a Licensed Clinical Therapist (LPC) who is trained in several evidence based practices. She specializes in PTSD, anxiety, depression, relationship struggles and major life transitions. She would be honored to be a part of your journey through your healing process.
She graduated from The Citadel Graduate College with her Master’s Degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology. She is a warm and empathic therapist that believes in the power of therapy. She utilizes an array of therapeutic modalities including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy and Motivational Interviewing.
Healing Therapy is a body-centered approach that integrates spirituality into treatment. Sessions start with the healer gently placing their hands on the participant’s shoulders. The participants are fully clothed and remain seated on a therapy couch or chair. After gaining consent, the healer will move their hands to different parts of the participant’s body such as shoulders, feet and arms. Music may also be played during the session to promote a relaxing atmosphere.
If you are looking for a safe place to explore and process your thoughts, feelings, or experiences, j healing therapy is here to offer you a warm therapeutic relationship. Jessica is dedicated to creating a welcoming and non-judgmental space, because she knows growth can be uncomfortable at times.
She is thrilled to be a part of this community and looks forward to being a compassionate witness on your therapeutic journey towards healing. Please feel free to contact her if you have any questions about her qualifications or services offered. We look forward to hearing from you! Thank you! –J.