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 as well as the Attention Deficit Disorder Association. She is a certified couples' therapist and Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner. She is also certified in Acceptance and Commitment therapy.
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.
James has a passion for individuals with substance abuse disorders, and also enjoys working with adolescents, families, and couples. He loves helping people reach their goals.
James has a passion for helping individuals with substance abuse disorders, and also enjoys working with adolescents, families, and couples. He loves helping people reach their goals.
Terell helps individuals, families, and communities to cope with mental disorders and assist family units in thriving. Terell is also a former Army Officer that an intimate understanding of military life and the challenges our service members face. His ability to relate to people, educational background, and real-world experience has positioned him to empower you to become your best versions.
Detoshia specializes in counseling individuals who suffer with mental illness, substance abuse, and family crisis. I believe life can be great with affective therapy. She can help you snatch back what life has taken, and turn those life losses into life lessons .