Counseling for Individuals and Couples
Integrative Yoga Therapy
Meditation

Starting now, you can begin a brand new journey toward a more positive path for yourself.

Sometimes talking to friends and reading self-help books are not enough.

Depression, anxiety, or grief can prevent you from doing the things that you already know would be helpful to you, but you just can’t seem to motivate yourself to follow through. What is blocking you? What is holding you back from the life you want, from being the person you want to be?

Come sit down with me or meet via a secure video session, and together we can find comfort and resolve in the difficult areas in your life, as well as discover paths to your well being and your true potential. It may be through talking in a non-judgmental environment and gaining new perspectives, it may be through practicing mindfulness and breathing awareness and exercises, it may be through releasing grief, anger, old hurts or abuses that you’ve endured and not fully recovered from, or it may be through art or visualization… There are many avenues to healing. With your willingness, I can guide you. We will gently find ways to reclaim your life energy, without the burdens and stumbling blocks that are holding you back from experiencing joy.

Using both modern approaches and tried and true methods, it is an honor to work with you to help build on your strengths to identify and achieve your life goals, to have compassion for yourself and others, and to find a more peaceful balance within.

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Wanda DeVaughn, LCSW, PC

(Licensed Clinical Social Worker), Board Certified – Telemental Health Provider, E-RYT (500) (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher), with a B.A. from the University of Arizona and a Masters in Social Work from the University of Georgia (1980).

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My main interest is to offer you a safe, compassionate place for you to open up to yourself — where you are honored as a multi-faceted and whole person.

Following 10 years as a therapist in psychiatric hospitals and community mental health centers, I entered private practice full time in 1990 — working with adult individuals, couples, and groups. Beginning mindfulness meditation around 1990 led me to yoga. In 1997, I earned the first level certification as a yoga therapist, and in 2008, after a training a month at the Himalayan Institute and other sites in India, I received the 500 hour level teacher certification.

Traditional:

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Solution focused therapy
  • Gestalt therapy
  • Psychodynamic therapy
  • Humanistic Psychology

Modern/alternative:

  • Mindfulness and/or Mantra Meditation
  • Mindful Self Compassion
  • Chakra Awareness (Awareness of the different aspects of your being)

Integrative Yoga Therapy

  • Body awareness and movement
  • Breath awareness and practices
  • Philosophy for life enhancement
  • Yoga nidra/relaxation techniques
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