I will utilize a mindfulness-based approach in my work. This includes cultivating a practice of increasing greater awareness and attention to the present moment and developing a deeper connection to oneself. By practicing to observe whatever is arising in the moment with curiosity and compassion, my intention is to help you break free from the habits and patterns that are no longer serving you, while simultaneously creating new healthy responses. While exploration of your past may be explored, my focus is on the present and how to help guide you to live your optimal life.
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Mindfulness is the practice of living your life with greater awareness, attention and intention. It is a practice in which we can become centered in each present moment, anchored in your breath and body, and respond with curiosity to whatever is arising. When practicing mindfulness, we also cultivate gratitude, compassion and loving-kindness towards ourselves and others, allowing us to go through life with greater understanding of how live authentically and in alignment with our intentions.
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Individual and Couples Therapy

Our therapeutic modality comes from a place of mindfulness in which we focus on being in the present, accepting what is arising in the moment, and how to create new habits and patterns that will get you unstuck from the habitual cycles that are no longer serving you. This also includes working towards being in alignment with your head and your heart, effective communication skills, speaking from your authenticity, and acknowledgement that growth and change are normal and healthy aspects of life.

Life Transitions

Whether you are transitioning to being single to married, married to parenthood, married to divorce, stay-at-home-parent to back into the workforce, retirement, empty-nester, career change, relocation, or any other significant transition, we are here to help release you from old stories in order to create a new working model for you to operate from. It is beneficial notice where you are getting stuck in the past, as well as your fears and anxieties about the future, all the while helping you become more present in who you are in the here and now.


There is no manual on how to parent, and often we find ourselves living by trial and error on what will work best with our kids. BAMTC offers individual sessions and group classes on how to not only survive, but thrive, in your parenthood. Drawing upon the foundations of a mindfulness practice, of increasing your presence, awareness and attention, you will learn how to respond not react, as well as role model the very behaviors you are wishing to see. Practicing presence, patience, compassion will increase the connection between you and your child, and create an authentic, peaceful relationship and home environment.

Stress and Anxiety Reduction

Mindfulness has been scientifically proven to reduce stress and anxiety and can be beneficial in almost any setting or situation. Being mindful allows us to be more aware of the triggers to our stress and anxiety, and as you learn to notice and acknowledge them, you become more skilled at not being swept away by them. When we are feeling overwhelmed, it is very difficult to access our tools, so through practice, you will learn to calm down the emotional brain and be able to utilize the tools that will benefit you overall well being.


Weekly Meditation Classes

We always focus on our to-do list, but rarely focus on our “to-be” list. As humans, we are busy “doing” without having the opportunity for just “being.” When we create intentional time dedicated to slow down and disconnect from our digital devices, our busy and over-scheduled lives, it is then that we become grounded and in touch with ourselves, our intentions and be in alignment with our minds, body and spirit. Research shows numerous health benefits to a meditation practice, from stress and anxiety reduction, alleviation of chronic pain, and improved overall health. During this 45 minute meditation, you will be guided on how to provide structure for your sit, then you will be given the space and the gift of silence. After this period of stillness, your brain and body will be recharged, preparing you for getting through the rest of your to-do’s. Meditations every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7pm, and 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at 12:15pm. Classes are $22, cash or check only, paid at the time of class. Registration is required, as space is limited, so email Joree to hold your spot.
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8-Week Mindfulness Class for Adults

This 8-week class will give you the foundation of how to cultivate a mindfulness practice. Each week builds upon tools to strengthen your ability to stay in the present, and break free from the habits and patterns that are no longer serving you. Starting with mindful breathing practice, which is the foundation of mindfulness, you will learn how to use your connection to your breath as a modality for calming the brain, mind and body. Topics covered are: body awareness, including body scan; mindfulness of our senses; mindful eating; gratitude; compassion and self-compassion; lovingkindness; mindfulness of our thoughts; mindfulness of our emotions; and mindful communication. Each week is a combination of experiential practices, guided meditations and practical application of the tools into your everyday life. Next class begins on Tuesday Feb. 27th from 12-1pm. Check calendar to register.


6-Week Mindfulness Class for Kids and Teens

This 6 week class will give kids the tools that will benefit them in all areas of their lives ranging from emotional regulation, attention challenges, distractability, stress, anxiety, and mood fluctuations. Your child will learn greater emotional awareness and how to name their emotions; how to identify what they feel inside their body (rather than not pay attention to what their body is telling them); how to slow down, breathe and disconnect from digital devices and tune into their breath and body; how to develop gratitude and compassion (including self-compassion) and how to utilize gratitude and compassion as an antidote to whatever negative thoughts or emotions are taking over; how to have greater body awareness and learn to relax and calm their bodies down; and they will learn to act with greater intention and awareness. Next set of classes begin on Monday April 9th. Check calendar to register.


Mindful Parenting Workshop

This 4-hour experiential workshop will offer tools for you to parent with greater awareness, presence and calm, and become the parent you’ve always wanted to be. You will be guided through exercises that will help you decrease your yelling, frustration and ineffective discipline, all the while strengthening your connection with your child. Through the introduction of mindfulness you will be able to cultivate your own inner place of calm and peace, allowing you to find the joy amidst the chaos, respond and not react and let go of expectations of how you thought parenting was supposed to be and accept it as it is. Through greater interpersonal awareness and communication, you will have the tools for optimal co-parenting. Next workshop is Sunday March 18, 1-5pm. Check calendar to register.


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Mindfulness for Families Workshop 

Many families experience the stresses of everyday lives and the effects of those culminated stress often shows up in strained relationships, ineffective discipline, chaotic households, which make the day-to-day routine of life often frustrating and overwhelming. Young kids (ages 5-9) are able to learn tools of mindfulness; in fact, they are much closer to the source of being present than many adults are. This family mindfulness workshop covers the fundamentals of a mindfulness practice taught in a setting in which families can learn these tools together in a fun and age-appropriate way, and be able to adapt them in their everyday lives.


Introduction to Mindfulness

During this 2-hour introduction class you will gain greater awareness of how to cultivate a mindfulness practice, as well as understand how its origins and the current neuroscience research validates its applicability in all areas of our lives. You will be guided through experiential exercises that show you how to slow down, connect with your breath and your body, and develop new tools for responding to life’s challenges with more attention and intention.


The Mindful Relationship

When meeting a new partner, you spend a great deal of time getting to know them, and to find out whether you are compatible in important areas of your life. When we can show up and be present with our partner in the here and now, we can develop a love that is rooted not only the idealized past of when you first met, but in how to carry your relationship successfully into the future. However, from starting a family, to developing your career, along with the daily nuances of everyday life, it is easy to become disconnected and distracted from the person that you love the most. It is very easy for complacency to set in, resentments to build and healthy communication to take the back burner. In this 4-week class, you and your partner will be guided through experiential practices to help you create the space for a grounded, connected, and mindful relationship. By increasing awareness of the patterns that no longer are working and tools for creating new healthy ones, you will find the connection and satisfaction that you have longed for.