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Delving into Winter’s Earth Element: Water

Delving into Winter’s Earth Element: Water by Courtney Luck, M.Ac, L.Ac Winter has arrived.  You can tell by the change in the air.  Not only has the temperature dropped, but there is a heavy, quiet stillness that can be sensed.  In Chinese medicine, the winter season is associated with the element of Water.  Observing nature is such […]

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Being Gentle with Yourself through the Holidays (and Always)

Being Gentle with Yourself through the Holidays (and Always) by Sarah Wirth, LCPC “Be gentle with yourself.” This is a phrase I use with my clients so often, and around the holidays it seems to be a necessary reminder for all of us. Perhaps it’s being gentle with the expectations you place on yourself to get it all […]

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CMBT Welcomes Acupuncturist Courtney Luck

CMBT Welcomes Courtney Luck, M.Ac, L.Ac The Center for Mind-Body Therapies is happy to announce the addition of Courtney Luck, M.Ac, L.Ac. Courtney Luck is a Five Element, Maryland state licensed acupuncturist.  She received her Masters of Acupuncture at the Maryland University of Integrative Health in 2015. Having treated patients in the Natural Care Center of […]

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Renew, Evolve, Relax: Oceanfront Meditation & Yoga Retreat, Nov 2015

Oceanfront Yoga & Meditation Retreat in Support of Yogamour Rincon, Puerto Rico – November, 2015 Why Go To Puerto Rico and Stay in an Oceanfront Villa? to support a local nonprofit, Yogamour  to deepen your mindfulness and/or yoga practices to savor adventure, friendship and rejuvenation to extend the warmth and brightness of summer a bit longer NO passport necessary […]

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Oceanfront Yoga & Meditation Retreat – Puerto Rico, November, 2015

Oceanfront Yoga & Meditation Retreat in Support of Yogamour Rincon, Puerto Rico – November, 2015 Geni Donelly, yoga teacher and founder of the local non-profit Yogamour,  is teaming up with Regina Flanigan, therapist and co-founder of CMBT, to offer a 6-night retreat in Puerto Rico. The trip includes 2 nights in Old San Juan and 4 […]

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Transforming Our Lives Through Natural Awareness; a therapy & practice group

 This Fall 2015, Regina Flanigan, LCPC, will lead an 8-week therapy and practice group that blends western psychology with mindfulness and contemplative approaches. Read below for details and contact information. (Click the flyer to zoom in.)

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A Substance Abuse Recovery Group Using Storytelling and The Twelve Steps

A Substance Abuse Recovery Group  Using Storytelling and The Twelve Step Susan Gordon is a storyteller, writer and poet with a master’s degree in therapeutic storytelling and licensure as a clinical alcohol and drug counselor. This fall at CMBT, Susan will be offering a substance abuse recovery group: Taming the Monster, Reclaiming Yourself. This group will […]

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Join Dr. Donna this Saturday, July 18 for the Summer Bazaar @ Green Meadow’s Petting Farm

Dr. Donna’s Nanny Meal, Nutritional Drink for Kids, featured at Summer Bazaar @ Green Meadow’s Petting Farm Saturday, July 18,  2 – 5PM www.nannymeal.com (See details below)

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Another Chance to Enjoy our Spring 2015 Newsletter

Spring 2015 Newsletter from  the staff at Center for Mind-Body Therapies ____________________________________________________________ As the heat begins to intensify reminding us that summer is near, spring never seems quite long enough. In case you missed it, please take a moment to enjoy our Spring 2015 Newsletter. View the full newsletter HERE.          

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CMBT Welcomes Sarah Wirth, LCPC

The Center for Mind-Body Therapies is happy to announce the addition of Sarah Wirth, LCPC. Sarah is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who offers over 10 years of expereince. Her specialities include adults and adolescents (over age 12) in individual, family, and couples therapy dealing with issues  of: Grief and loss including complex and traumatic […]

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