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Meeting the demands of life can often mean living out of balance. Yet it’s our birthright to live joyfully inside a body that feels vital and alive. Those are more than just words to me. I believe we are born to connect, play, and live active, meaningful lives well into old age. The key is learning how to manage and discharge stress. Somatic therapy can help with that.

My name is Kerry and I help people live in harmony with who and how they want to be. Vibrant health is my passion. I entered the health and wellness field in the mid-90’s and never left. I’m trained in experiential, psychodynamic, and somatic psychotherapy. Additionally, I have training in a variety of movement modalities. Guiding people to age with strength, grace and ease is what lights me up. 

This website is full of articles that reflect my scope of practice. I encourage you to check them out. If you do, you’ll see that I utilize the body to free the mind. I call my integrative approach Mindful Embodied Therapy. It’s a mosaic of my studies of mind, body and soul.

Mindful, embodied work addresses a wide range of concerns such as depression, anxiety, trauma, and addiction. It is a powerful methodology to self-awareness, growth and transformation. Blending my years as a bodyworker with my training as a clinical therapist lends flexibility and flow to the work.


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Connecting With Our True Self

Connecting With Our True Self

One of the goals of therapy is to reside in our best self. In IFS this is referred to as Self Energy. This is a state in which we know ourselves, our patterns, our blind-spots and our strengths.

Hope for Trauma

Hope for Trauma

We now know that the only way to change embedded, painful memories is to access the “emotional brain.” While talking continue to play a crucial role in therapy, it keeps us in our rational mind. To create lasting change at the deepest level, we must access the limbic system.

Want to Plug into a Higher Energy?

Want to Plug into a Higher Energy?

This life force is known by many names. The yogis call it prana and activate it through breath and postures. Acupuncturist call it qi and balance its movement through a network of pathways. Martial artists also call it chi and learn to cultivate its mastery through years of disciplined practice.

Social Disclosure

Social Disclosure

For those who have followed me, you know I have an ambivalent relationship with technology. The medium is mind-blowingly, life-changing. And, like all addictions, it didn’t take long for it to have control over me.

Love in Action

Love in Action

In August, 1968, the country was still reeling from the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. (four months earlier) and the race riots that followed. Nightly news showed burning cities, radicals and reactionaries snarling at each other across the cultural divide. A brand new children’s show out of Pittsburgh, which had gone national the previous year, took a different approach.