Therapeutic counseling at the Rinehart Institute is an integrative approach. Traditional theories of counseling and psychology are practiced coupled with other mind/body/spirit techniques when appropriate.read more
NET is a mind-body stress-reduction technique that uses a methodology of finding and removing neurological imbalances related to the physiology of unresolved stress. NET is a tool that helps improve mental and physical health.read more
Auricular (ear) acupuncture is found to be very effective for not only addictions like quitting smoking, or substance addictions but also a host of other conditions. Anxiety, depression, exhaustion and other mind/body challenges can be relieved with a combination of talk therapy and acupuncture. read more
When we’re busy trying to keep up, get ahead, or stay afloat, it’s easy to lose sight of personal peace, balance, and wholeness. The journey process helps one to discover those limiting beliefs, unhealthy vows, and thought patterns that inhibit the natural flow of peace and joy.read more
Loving yourself one breath at a time.
Your capacity to love yourself depends on how well you know and accept yourself.
Through careful movement and awareness of breath, you will experience all sides of yourself working together at the same time.read more
Soul Retrieval, Extraction, Protective Guardian Retrieval.
These healing practices are based on spiritual healing techniques used by a multitude of cultures for thousands of years. read more
Our busy lives are filled with stressors. What we do with these stressors is up to us. Stress management training helps us discover what the stressors are, how stress uniquely expresses itself in us, and techniques to handle the stress and prevent the impact of stressors. read more
Biofeedback is a technique that one can use to help measure one’s body processes, such as breathing, Galvanic skin response, and heart rate. Research has shown that over time, one can learn to control these processes and consciously implement a relaxation response in order to aid in stressful situations and to help decrease anxiety, pain, and many other conditions. The practitioner and client work together to determine the best relaxation technique which gives the most results according to the biofeedback equipment. This technique is viewed as a psychoeducational tool because it is a skill one learns and utilizes outside of the session in order to sharpen their practice.
To see a list of the many disorders or conditions that biofeedback helps, go to the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance website at www.bcia.org.
Sometimes the foods we eat can have a negative impact on our mental, emotional and physical health. Other times we may be experiencing a deficiency in an essential nutrient.
Nutritional counseling is a way to see if we are either having negative reactions to the foods we are eating or are in need of a supplement through the practice of applied kinesiology.read more
Children are concrete thinkers and play is the language they speak.
Through non-directed/directed interactions with the therapist, children will be able to express their emotions and feelings as well as provide understanding of their behaviors.read more
Mindfulness is about being fully aware in the present moment, without filters or judgment. It involves cultivating awareness of our thoughts, emotions, bodily sensations and surrounding environment. Mindfulness has become recognized as a powerful tool for wellness and in dealing with many psychological as well as physical issues such as stress and chronic pain. read more
Singing circles of sound without words brings out our intuitive nature and makes vocalizing amazingly accessible.
Examples of anecdotal benefits from circle singing:
-increased psychological flexibility and creativity
-increased social comfort
-a sense of connection and belonging
-voice- and musical benefits, such as strengthening of tone of voice and improved harmonizing skills.
New Client Paperwork
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Please print out this paperwork and bring with you along with your insurance card, if applicable, to your initial session.