At Anchor Life Clinic, we learn how to focus in ways that open our body up to experiencing freedom, creativity, and spaciousness. During the process of anchoring, we accomplish 4 intentions: 1) Slowing down repetitive thoughts, 2) Weakening the power of repetition, 3) Bringing attention to the present, and 4) Changing our focus to creative functioning. Anchoring creates a purpose that cultivates awareness of change.
Melanie is a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist, as well as an LGBTQIA+ expert. She works with adults and children as a Certified Attention Deficit Consultant. She is a member of the Secular Therapy Project. Her modality of therapy is primarily her certification in Acceptance & Commitment Therapy.
Kiara is passionate when it comes to helping others and has assisted clients of various populations with diverse needs. Through CBT and other interventions, Kiara helps clients reclaim their peace and find balance between their goals and life challenges. Nothing needs to be experienced, processed, and/or dealt with alone and Kiara is honored to be a part of her clients' respective journeys.
Walter has worked in the field for over 10 years. He is retired from the Navy after serving our country for over 20 years. He is certified in AMSR (Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk), as well as a 12 Step Facilitator Outpatient Program Certified Instructor (NA/NA) and also Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT). His motto is the call of duty with assisting clients with becoming a better version of themselves not of ourselves.
Steven's passion is working with the LGBTQ+ community to foster a safe space where clients can tell their story, gain insight into how it has impacted them, and create a new reality that is more fulfilling. Other areas of interest include anxiety, depression, and transitions and adjustments in daily life.