For Community Members
**The COVID-19 Pandemic encouraged us to start providing virtual visits.
We found it to be so beneficial, we decided to offer Tele-Therapy sessions indefinitely, as appropriate. We have several therapists whom are trained and competent in the delivery of virtual visits.
Click here for more information on our COVID-19 policies and Tele-Therapy Services**
Carve Your Own Path (CYOP) specializes in a trauma-informed, culturally competent, and holistic approach to counseling. We utilize the mind body-connection as a basis for our treatment interventions to support your healing from physical and mental health conditions. Every symptom has a source, and our goal is to help you learn how to heal yourself in a supportive, inclusive environment.
Some of these conditions and symptoms we notice our clients consistently reporting include:
Anxiety / Worry
Anger / Irritability
Chronic Pain / Illness
Depression / Lack of Motivation
Excessive Alcohol / Drug Use
Family Stress / Conflict
High Blood Pressure
What to Expect
CYOP provides a FREE 15 min initial phone consult for anyone interested to explore their specific reasons for presenting for therapy, discuss possible treatment options and ensure appropriateness of fit.
If we feel we are a good fit for your needs, we will get you scheduled for an initial assessment with your therapist. This appointment allows your therapist to understand you better and identify an individualized plan for your healing.
*Completing your intake paperwork at least 24 hours prior to the initial assessment appointment, will expedite the process for both you and your therapist.*
Ready to schedule your first appointment?
Have questions and need to contact us for more information?
Coming August 2021!
We're expanding our holistic wellness services to include Yoga, Reiki Energy Healing & Art Therapy!
Art Therapy is an integrative mental health and human services profession that enriches the lives of individuals, families, and communities through active art-making, creative process, applied psychological theory, and human experience within a psychotherapeutic relationship. Art Therapy, facilitated by a professional art therapist, effectively supports personal and relational treatment goals as well as community concerns.
Art Therapy is used to improve cognitive and sensory-motor functions, foster self-esteem and self-awareness, cultivate emotional resilience, promote insight, enhance social skills, reduce and resolve conflicts and distress, and advance societal and ecological change. -American Art Therapy Association
We know based on research that our bodies can store our emotions and trauma. When we use embodied interventions we are able to bring the brain (emotional) and the body (physiological) together. In this session we will work to create meaningful interactions using our body including breathwork to release emotions or trauma that may be stuck. Yoga combined with breathwork are a great place to start experiencing and exploring embodiment.
During this session a gentle yoga practice will assist in bringing about awareness of physical sensations and how our body might respond to different situations. Embodied therapy is an integrative practice that creates a sacred space where time expands and slows down, allowing you to find your deepest sense of self.
Reiki means life-force energy. Everything in this world gives energy. There can be times in our life that our vibrational energy is low, restricted or blocking our Chakras. There are seven main chakras, which align the spine, starting from the base of the spine through to the crown of the head.
When your Chakras are blocked so is your flow of energy. This can lead to experiences of feeling stuck in life, feeling not good enough, feeling sluggish or lethargic, being inflexible, decrease in stress tolerance, experiencing pain and stiffness in your body, and feeling ungrounded and unsettled.
Reiki helps facilitate the flow of energy in your body and creates well-being.
Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice that originated in ancient India around 400 C.E. The word yoga is derived from the Sanskrit root yuj, meaning “to unite”. The practice aims to create union between body, mind and spirit, as well as between the individual self and universal consciousness. Such a union tends to neutralize ego-driven thoughts and behaviors, creating a sense of spiritual awakening. -Yogapedia
The relaxation techniques incorporated in yoga can lessen chronic pain, Regular yoga practice creates mental clarity and calmness; increases body awareness; relieves chronic stress patterns; relaxes the mind; centers attention; and sharpens concentration. -Natalie Nevins, DO, American Osteopathic Association
But Wait, There's More!!
We pride ourselves on being a river, not a reservoir and want to pour into and improve our community.
Check out some additional information and resources to support your wellness below.