Our therapists blend cognitive and psychodynamic therapy with mindfulness and Buddhist psychology to help clients become more aware of their thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations. Along with traditional talk therapy techniques, our therapists use a variety of techniques including meditation, breath work, and body-based exercises to help our clients develop a greater sense of self-awareness, self-compassion and resilience.
Pain and sadness are normal parts of life, but living with depression, persistent anxiety, and self-harming behaviors does not have to be a part of your life. No matter what struggles you are facing, our therapists can help you gain insight and learn tools to make a meaningful change.
Therapy provides the space to slow down, take time to reflect, and develop deeper insight so that you can begin to feel better and experience more life satisfaction. Our therapists are active and collaborative and your therapy sessions will focus on your specific goals. Learn more about how therapy with Middle Way Healing can help you on your path to healing and wellness.
We founded our therapy practice around the Buddhist concept of “The Middle Way” — an enlightened state of being which avoids the extremes of self-denial and self-indulgence and leads to personal happiness.
The Middle Way is a mindful and intentional path. Our therapists will help you develop intentional mindfulness which can lead to a reduction in painful emotions that are often the root causes of suffering.