At the Mind-Body Wellness Center we value and honor the powerful connection between the mind and body. We have collaborated to create a one-stop shop for wellness! Through our work as health care professionals we have noticed a large gap between the treatment of mental and physical health. We strongly believe that the two are interconnected and if the body is in pain we will suffer emotionally. On the flip side, when we have emotional struggles we will feel these struggles and pains physically as well.
We are honored to share this journey of health, happiness and wellness with you. Below is a list of the services we provide. Please click on the images or names of the practitioners to learn more about them or to schedule and appointment.
Elizabeth provides counseling for children, teens, adults and families. She utilizes a holistic approach in her therapy with clients – taking a look at all of the factors in their life that may be contributing to their pain or struggles.
She uses an eclectic array of modalities including meditation and mindfulness, art therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychodynamic therapy, EMDR, hypnotherapy and narrative therapy.
Cheryl Takeda, L.Ac., MSOM is a licensed acupuncturist and clinical herbalist with a Masters of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Her work stems from a deep desire to help people overcome physical as well as emotional challenges to improve their health and wellbeing and feel better! Cheryl is passionate about health and being a part of the healing process with her patients. Her mission is to provide the best quality of care and look at each person as an individual.
Carly offers personalized guidance and caring support as she helps you and your partner overcome significant relationship obstacles and reconstruct a stronger, more satisfying marriage.
Using counseling techniques based on the most cutting-edge relationship research, Carly will help you and your partner develop skills and learn to use the tools that have helped thousands of other couples who now enjoy happy, loving, long-lasting marriages.
“I am passionate about helping guide each individual’s journey towards building emotional confidence and developing healthy relationships. As a licensed psychotherapist providing individual and family counseling, my education includes a Masters and Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University and The Chicago School of Psychology. My everyday includes working with children, adolescents, and families in a private practice as well as a school counseling setting and raising two girls of my own.
With fifteen years of experience, I understand the complexity of the relationship dynamic and emotional struggles that can be challenging in the peer world. I emphasize the importance of self- awareness, social emotional connection and mindfulness. These elements are the key to addressing our mind-body connection.”
I have practiced therapy for over 5 years and came to this profession later in life after a successful business career. I work with children, adults and seniors. I spent the past three years working in the field of substance abuse and am highly qualified to work with those suffering from addiction. I am professionlly trained in Somatic therapy used for working with trauma.
I have experience working with children in elementary and middle school and am trained in play therapy. I volunteered for three years working in hospice with those actively dying and help those suffering from grief due to death or loss of any kind.
I work with all human beings regardless, of age, race, gender, mental illness, religion, or cultural background. All are welcome (individuals, families, children and couples).
Mia has extensive experience working with adolescents and families with substance abuse issues, dual diagnosis, and conduct disorder. She also has a passion for helping separated and divorced parents learn co-parenting techniques that can help their children transition through this significant life change.
Mia offers a collaborative and holistic approach to help clients gain insight and understanding that can help them move toward resolution of relationship issues, trauma, self esteem, depression, anxiety, grief, and other life stressors/transitions