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An integrative mental and medical approach for those who are looking to improve overall health




Mission Statement
To provide a comprehensive whole body/mind approach to wellness that incorporates a multidisciplinary team working in collaboration in one facility that fosters resilience, optimism, wisdom, social engagement, mindfulness, and brain science education, to help clients grow and flourish.



Minds in Motion

WHO WE ARE

Our team consists of a Functional Medicine Physician (MD), a Naturopathic Doctor (ND), Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners, Counselors and coaches with a broad variety of skill sets to treat the whole person who struggles with any health challenge.
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GRIEVING? NEED SUPPORT?

Our community has experienced grief over grief over grief, inspiring this grief meditation. This meditation is easy to download onto your phone to support you or those you care about as you/they grieve. The download is available for purchase of $1. All the proceeds benefit the Sancy Shaw Memorial Fund. Click the Go To Meditation Download link below.

One of our Team members, Jenn Zuccone, was directly affected by one of those losses, Sancy Shaw. Being a counselor, Jenn wanted to give back to the community in honor of Sancy. In addition to making the grief meditation for our community to have as another resource, Jenn also wants to make available a direct link for donations to Sancy Shaw’s Memorial Fund.

If you would like to make a direct minimum contribution of $25 to the Sancy Shaw Memorial Fund click the donate now link below.
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Meditation Challenge

Interested in starting or enhancing your meditation practice? this 30 day challenge includes daily emails, videos and tips on how to start or deepen a daily meditating routine. It includes neuroscience, tips, ways to make it easier and concepts to contemplate to help you mindfully live with more contentment, peace and joy. click on the video for a short introduction to meditation and a taste of the challenge.
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A book by our founder Angela Melzer LCSW OT

Mindfulness in Recovery: A Workbook

A mindful and somatic approach to recovery from substances. This book uses mindfulness tools, neuroscience and meditation to help individuals get sober and stay sober through working with and alongside their brain. It includes multiple meditations and ways to make meditation and mindfulness more approachable. This workbook is used at the Foundry Treatment Center and can be used for individuals in the outpatient program with equal effectiveness.

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LATEST NEWS

Read our latest news from the company. Feel free to ask questions in comments for any news you find interesting.

July 15, 2019by admin

Summer is finally here! It is short and sweet and there are a million things happening around us. How do we feel about the things happening around us? Fear of missing out, as I learned from my millenial friends, is referred to as FOMO. It is this frantic push to make sure we fit everything in and do as much as we can with the people around us and not miss a thing that is happening. FOMO is reserved for more social examples, but I’m interested in looking at our tendencies to not want to miss out on ANYTHING….. that outdoor activity, that gardening task, that concert, and the list continues. With such a short summer, what this creates is a sense of what we are doing isn’t enough, or we don’t have enough time. I’m home for two more weekends before school starts again, and I’ve caught myself in a funny FOMO paradox. I don’t want to miss out on all the things we have booked for ourselves (camping and trips) and yet I don’t want to miss out on being home for lazy summer days in Steamboat. I have found myself wanting both worlds and not wanting to miss out on either experience. The irony is I’m not missing out, but I have FOMO anyway, and I’m caught in a losing battle. Sound familiar?

July 10, 2019by admin

Summer is finally here! It is short and sweet and there are a million things happening around us. How do we feel about the things happening around us? Fear of missing out, as I learned from my millenial friends, is referred to as FOMO. It is this frantic push to make sure we fit everything in and do as much as we can with the people around us and not miss a thing that is happening. FOMO is reserved for more social examples, but I’m interested in looking at our tendencies to not want to miss out on ANYTHING….. that outdoor activity, that gardening task, that concert, and the list continues. With such a short summer, what this creates is a sense of what we are doing isn’t enough, or we don’t have enough time. I’m home for two more weekends before school starts again, and I’ve caught myself in a funny FOMO paradox. I don’t want to miss out on all the things we have booked for ourselves (camping and trips) and yet I don’t want to miss out on being home for lazy summer days in Steamboat. I have found myself wanting both worlds and not wanting to miss out on either experience. The irony is I’m not missing out, but I have FOMO anyway, and I’m caught in a losing battle. Sound familiar?

June 4, 2019by admin

Yoga turned out to be a way to get people to safely feel their physical sensations and to develop a quiet practice of stillness. ~Bessel van der Kolk, MD Many years ago in high school P.E. I was introduced to the practice of yoga. I fell in love with it though at the time couldn’t articulate why or what the yoga was doing for me other than noticeably feeling better in my body and mind. I stuck with it, or rather the yoga stuck with me, and it hasn’t left my side since. Yoga has supported me through various physical and emotional challenges including depression, anxiety, addictive behaviors, trauma, pregnancy and child birth, chronic illness, a broken heart, and an aching body. Yoga offered me the opportunity to befriend my body, and work with my current experience rather than fighting against it. My yoga practice has evolved over the years, and can even shift day to day. Sometimes I simply sit and breathe, other times movement is what I need. I’m looking forward to joining the Minds in Motion team as a mindfulness based therapist. I can include yoga in sessions if it is something of interest to you. Please do contact me if you’d like more information.


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