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ANNA WEAVER, LCSW

Weaver Counseling & Coaching Services

  • Call

    (414) 292-3900, ext. 4810
    or
    (262) 349-0515

  • Location

    Greensquare Center, Office U10
    6789 N. Green Bay Ave.
    Glendale, WI 53209


Services:

Counseling, Individual and Couples
Stress Management
EMDR
Mindfulness Based Practice
Coaching/personal development

Anna Weaver is a Licensed Psychotherapist, Counselor and Coach.

Anna Weaver, MSW is a licensed psychotherapist with over twenty five years of experience. She specializes in working with individuals dealing with depression, anxiety and stress, as well as life transition issues including adjustment difficulties, relationship issues, work-related issues, and overall personal development.

Anna uses an integrated holistic approach, understanding the mind, body and spirit connection. Her approach is highly intuitive and focused on positive personal strengths in resolving personal issues. In addition to traditional talk therapy she use uses brain-based modalities as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT).

Please call to schedule a free 15 minute phone consultation to see if Anna is a good fit for you!

ANNE DEMSKI, LCSW, CBPA

Anne Demski, LCSW, CBPA

  • Call

    (414) 292-3900, ext. 4811
    or
    (414) 403-0524

  • Location

    Greensquare Center, U10
    6789 N. Green Bay Ave.
    Glendale, WI 53209

Services:

Counseling
Resilience Coaching & Training
Stress Management
Occupational Stress
Conflict at Work

Anne Demski is a licensed Psychotherapist.  Anne describes her practice as follows:

“I practice under the belief that we are all experts on ourselves, in that we each possess the answers within. Allow me to assist you in reaching those answers and managing your life while staying healthy and resilient. It is my responsibility to facilitate an environment and rapport conducive to helping You be the best You possible. I possess vast experience working with children, adolescents and couples; as well, teams and organizations. Specialties include mood disorders, behavioral issues and relational concerns.”

Qualifications

  • Years in Practice: 20+ Years
  • School: University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
  • Year Graduated: 1991
  • License No. and State: 2545-123 Wisconsin

BETHAMIE L. WYATT, MA, CECP, CERT. BROWN BELT NIA INSTR.

B’Moved Healing Therapies

~Helping You Live In the Flow of Your Life

  • Call

    (414) 292-3900, ext. 4821

  • Location

    Greensquare Center, M2
    6789 N. Green Bay Ave.
    Glendale, WI 53209

Services:

Emotion Code Energy Healing
Nia Holistic Dance
Restorative Yoga
Group Meditations
Self-Care Coaching

Hello and Welcome to my page!

It brings me so much joy to be able to offer one-on-one sessions and group classes designed to heal and empower people. At the heart of my work is the goal of moving energy through the body for optimal health and well-being. As we are made of energy, our energetic systems require movement and flow in order to function as the body is naturally designed to function. In a state of flow, without the congestion caused by stress and challenging emotions, our bodies can maintain a stable equilibrium or state of homeostasis – the perfect state for the bodies natural healing processes to occur.

I’m Bethamie Wyatt, and I’m an experienced, Certified Emotion Code Practitioner and founder of B’moved Healing Therapies providing emotion release therapy, as well as, Nia holistic dance, Restorative Yoga, Group Meditations, and Self-Care Coaching.

In addition, I hold a Master’s Degree in Women’s Studies with a concentration in women’s health education from Eastern Michigan University.  For over 15 years, I have provided safe and supportive health education workshops focusing on the physical, social and emotional health of women and girls.



About The EMOTION CODE Technique

The Emotion Code is a bio-energetic healing technique that frees the body of the weight of trapped emotions. This simple and gentle technique, using kinesiology or muscle-testing, releases years of built-up emotions that are often at the root of many physical ailments and emotional disturbances. Releasing these trapped emotions (with the use of healing magnets) often results in transformational experiences, allowing people to live a life of more clarity, balance, and flow, unstuck on their life paths and significantly happier and more content.

Learn More About The Emotion Code Technique >



About NIA HOLISTIC DANCE – accessible movement for EveryBody!

As a certified and licensed Nia Brown Belt instructor, I create a space for healing and choosing Joy through movement. Nia, or Neuromuscular Integrative Action, is a sensory-based movement practice fusing nine different movement forms from the dance arts, martial arts and the healing arts including yoga. As a cardiovascular exercise, Nia builds flexibility, agility, mobility, strength and stability. Although the focus of Nia is on finding pleasure in moving and It is an effective practice for weight-loss and many people have shared testimonials reporting the ways it has helped them deal with depression, anxiety, diabetes, arthritis and fibromyalgia to name a few.

In my classes, I balance the joy, excitement and fun of Nia with its calming, healing components. An instructor since 2008, I facilitate Nia classes and workshops that encourage community and connection among class participants. Impressions from my cultural experiences in Senegal, West Africa, Belize, Central America and South Africa can be felt in my classes through the sounds and rhythms of these musically rich places. Each gathering with me is a unique experience with a blend of broad influences that allow me to provide a quality education around health and movement wellness while building a rapport with a diverse group of participants. After a Nia class with me, you are sure to step into your day on the “Nia cloud” – strong and determined yet relaxed and rejuvenated!

Learn More About Nia Holistic Dance >



About RESTORATIVE YOGA

As much as we need movement, our bodies also need rest.  Restorative Yoga provides the perfect medicine to balance our busy and often stressful lives, opening us to a state of flow and ease.  With the support of props in Restorative Yoga, we are invited to experience the luxury of rest while opening and aligning the body.

Learn More About Restorative Yoga>

DAVID VAN HANDEL, LCSW

David Van Handel, LCSW
Psychotherapist

  • Call

    (414) 292-3900, ext. 4820
    or
    (203) 232-6092

  • Location

    Greensquare Center, U8
    6789 N. Green Bay Ave.
    Glendale, WI 53209

Services:

Psychotherapy
Counseling
Workshops
Classes

David Van Handel is a psychotherapist, teacher and workshop leader who has been working in these capacities for over forty years. As a psychotherapist, David works as a child, adolescent, family, individual, couples and group therapist. David is trained in play therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, Bioenergetics Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, EFT (tapping), and has created The Bodymind Awareness and Release Process, a technique for working in depth with the healing of conditioned patterns of thought, emotion and body structure.

David’s classes and workshops derive from over forty years of his meditation and yoga practice, combined with the wisdom teachings of the Buddhist, Vedic, Taoist and shamanic traditions, as well as from his own healing and transformational path.

David brings a depth of presence and commitment to his work, combined with a lightness and sense of humor, that allows for clients to feel comfortable and at home with him and within themselves, as they transform, heal and grow.

DR. JODI A. BRIN, PSYD

Psychological Services

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    (414) 292-3900, ext. 4815
    or
    (262) 236-6693

  • Location

    Greensquare Center, Office U8
    6789 N. Green Bay Ave.
    Glendale, WI 53209

Services:

Psychotherapy
Grief Recovery
Oncology Support
Serving Children, Adolescents & Adults

Jodi A. Brin is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults. Her therapeutic style is best described as integrative, utilizing the framework that she sees as most helpful to each individual, couple, or family that she works with. She has been trained in a variety of therapy modalities, including play therapy, behavior modification, cognitive behavioral therapy, supportive therapy, and psychodynamic therapy. She has worked with clients and various clinical issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, behavioral issues, ADHD, and grief and loss. Dr. Brin has a wonderful ability to connect and empathize with clients, allowing her to use the therapeutic relationship to help her clients move in a positive, healing direction.

Dr. Brin believes that grief and loss experiences greatly affect all of our lives; whether it be a death of a loved one, loss of a pet, separation, divorce, loss of job, a move to a new house, a child moving to college, loss/change in health, etc. Dr. Brin believes that internalized, suppressed grief often leads to physical and mental health issues. After experiencing her own grief and loss, Dr. Brin became increasingly aware of the vast and conflicting emotions associated with grief and was intrigued by the verbal and nonverbal messages she received from others in response to her loss. Looking to explore this further, she found The Grief Recovery Institute and Participated in The Grief Recovery Method® Certification Program. As a certified grief recovery specialist, Dr. Brin helps to provide a safe, supportive environment in which the client can explore old beliefs about dealing with loss, identify what losses have effected one’s life, and help the client to take the steps necessary to complete the pain associated with those losses and move forward. In addition to helping adults, Dr. Brin helps grieving children to understand and express their feelings regarding their loss and helps the parent/ caregiver learn how to best support the child.

Dr. Brin also has a very special interest in psychological oncology. A member of the American Psychological Oncology Association, Dr. Brin works to treat the social, psychological, emotional, spiritual, and quality-of-life issues associated with cancer. Dr. Brin helps the client from the time of diagnosis, during treatment and survivorship, and through end of life issues and bereavement.

Dr. Brin earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Michigan State University, and her master’s and doctorate degrees from Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Chicago. She is trained in play therapy, EMDR I and II, and is a certified Grief and Loss Specialist. Dr. Brin is a member of the American Psychological Association and the American Psychosocial Oncology Association.

DR. NICOLE L. BICKHAM, PHD, LBT

WholeHearted Integrative BodyMind Therapies

Services:

Psychotherapy
Somatic Therapy
Counseling

Nicole L. Bickham, PhD, LMT, is a psychotherapist with a passion for body-mind healing. Her therapeutic style is collaborative, engaging, and integrative. Nicole operates from the belief that we begin life in a state of wholeness, and are innately oriented toward growth, but inevitably encounter experiences such as physical or emotional stress or trauma, or simply not getting our needs adequately met, that divert the natural process of development. While our human adaptability affords us ways of coping with these circumstances that work for us initially, these strategies may become restrictive later, limiting our growth and resulting in tension and anxiety, a sense of not “showing up” fully in one’s life and relationships, and mood difficulties.

Outdated patterns of thinking, behaving, and relating often occur automatically, below the level of conscious awareness, making them particularly challenging to access with traditional talk-based therapeutic approaches. The body-based, experiential techniques she incorporates are uniquely suited to accessing the “stories” held in the body so that challenging patterns can unfold and shift. She views her role as one of creating supportive and accepting space in which clients can cultivate inner resilience, rediscover their innate wholeness, and restore a sense of clarity and purpose.

Nicole received a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Syracuse University in 2002 and later studied somatic therapy, bodywork, and inner awareness practices. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and is a Wisconsin licensed Bodywork Therapist. To learn more about the services Nicole offers, please visit her website at wholeheartedbodymind.com

DR. SUSAN TRAFTON, PSYCHOLOGIST

Susan Trafton, Psychologist

  • Call

    (414) 292-3900, ext. 4801
    or
    (414) 305-7496

  • Location

    Greensquare Center, Office U2
    6789 N. Green Bay Ave.
    Glendale, WI 53209

Services:

Individual Psychotherapy
Marital Therapy
Couples Therapy
Group Therapy
Mindfulness and Meditation
Yoga for relief of symptoms of Anxiety and Depression

“The day came when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” -Anais Nin

Susan Trafton,EdD is a Licensed Psychologist.

“I provide a safe place for you to blossom. As the bud opens, the pain and hurt gradually release and the beautiful flower of who you are emerges. The therapeutic relationship provides the support necessary to allow that pain to be experienced so healing can happen.

My goal is to guide the individuals who come to me through the pain of anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions and difficult relationships to place where they can reclaim their birth right of joy, peace and love. My approach is holistic. I believe emotions, thoughts and painful body sensations are interconnected. The gateway into one’s healing can be through any of these doors. Usually all three ultimately need to be addressed. Healing of emotions occurs through allowing the pain to arise, be felt and thus let go. Healing of thought occurs through awareness that one’s thought patterns can create suffering. I help my clients become aware of their negative thinking and support them in choosing thoughts that bring a higher quality of life. I believe emotional pain is stored in the body which can result in body discomfort and illness. Thus, I help my clients release this stored pain. Through the psychotherapeutic process, the client gradually gains control of thoughts and emotions rather than be controlled by them. As the healing process proceeds my clients feel stronger, more resilient and self-confident, freed from past pain and empowered with techniques to live skillfully in their present lives. The ultimate goal is for the client to love themselves just as they are.

I achieve these goals through deep listening, cognitive behavioral therapy, inner child work, EMDR, mindfulness techniques, and yoga of poses and breath work.”