Well-being has a reﬂective quality. It shows when our “true image” is beneﬁtting from the work of restoration in our lives. Yet, it is not just an individual measure of growth, it has a community aspect. The body, mind, and spirit’s growth seems to beneﬁt the most through connection in meaningful relationship (community). Spiritual poverty breaks relationships and isolates us from one another. Coming together is the anti-dote for healing the damage caused from this brokenness.
At The Center for Well-Being, we want for you to understand your value and purpose in the context of healthy relationships. We want you to experience the life-transforming process of restoration and unleash healing people as restorative healers. “He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.” -Psalm 147:3
Minimally, we want for you to grow and feel heard and valued. We hope for you to learn to be present in the moment, learn about yourself, to value yours and others’ diﬀerences, and to feel connected to your unique purpose. Optimally, to experience deep, enjoyable, meaningful relationships and to seize each day with creativity, peacefulness, fulﬁllment, love, curiosity, and wonder.
The Center for Well-Being benefits from the experience of independent contracted professionals with a variety of backgrounds. Please note: Specific modalities offered are Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories (RTM Therapy) by Brad Beatty, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy by Jennifer Goodson. See below to meet our entire team!