Mind-Body Skills are scientifically-validated mind-body medicine techniques that enhance each person’s capacity for self-awareness and self-care…We have the capacity to improve our own health and well-being.
Utilizing self-expression such as drawing and movement; mind-body approaches such as, meditation, guided imagery, and biofeedback, as well as nutrition and exercise, we can begin to expand our innate capacity to increase self-awareness and improve our self-care.
My friend commented over coffee, she could tell, feel, a difference in me and my perspective. A more healthy and positive outlook on matters.
We are grateful Dr. Schrader came into our lives and taught us how to truly listen to each other.
How long does Recall Healing take?
There is no set amount of time….. However, after the first session, individuals begin to have a new understanding about how their life experiences, their project purpose, and their genealogy play a role in the issues currently being experienced.
How is Recall Healing different from traditional therapy?
In traditional therapy, one talks about the issues they believe contribute to their present issues…. In Recall Healing, the practitioner asks questions specifically related to the physical manifestation to allow a deeper understanding of what may contribute to the issues. Additionally, the practitioner teaches the individual how to uncover and address these issues.
Does my child have to be present to help them?
Children do not need to be present to be affected….. When parents work on the child’s project purpose and address past issues, children automatically shift, allowing for changes in behavior and health to occur.
Is it necessary to have an “in person” session?
It is not necessary to come to my office for the session. Videoconferencing or telephone sessions work just as well.
Is it necessary to have experienced a workshop prior to a session?
Although it is definitely advantageous to take a workshop…. It is not necessary, we will cover the basics in the first session.
How do I make an appointment?
You can either call Dr. Schrader at (626) 494-3333 or email at [email protected]
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