Vibe-care™ is self-care at the vibrational level which recognizes that everything is energetic and requires care that goes beyond the cellular level. Vibe-care™ is associated with a contemporary and holistic approach to self-care and well-being. It represents intentional actions taken to nurture yourself physically, mentally, spiritually, socially, emotionally and vibrationally. Research has shown that not only is there a connection between the mind and body, but we also have a subtle energy body. This energy body can impact our mind, body and spiritual well being if we are not taking time to nurture and keep it in alignment.


Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy” (ACT), a form of psychotherapy. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is a mindfulness-based approach that focuses on accepting what is out of your personal control and committing to actions that enrich your life and align with your values. It aims to help individuals overcome struggles with negative thoughts, emotions, and behaviors by promoting psychological flexibility and well-being.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or CBT, is an evidence-based psychological treatment that has been shown to be effective to deal with a wide range of psychological issues, including depression, anxiety, addictions, and many others. 

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an evidenced based approach, backed by research that works by identifying and challenging persistent negative thinking patterns.  By altering negative thought patterns, you are likely to see changes in behaviors that also do not work.

This form of therapy offers effective tools for coping with anxiety, depression, trauma and other emotional concerns. With practice, these skills can play a major role in helping you take control of your emotions. 

CBT can help you to gain a better understanding of how your mind works and how your perception and reality can be clouded by unhelpful thinking patterns.  With a customized and uniquely tailored approach, you can shift your mindset and live the life of abundance you truly deserve.  Let’s get on the path towards your evolution into your best self by exploring some CBT techniques today.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a therapeutic approach developed by psychologist Dr. Marsha M. Linehan. It was originally designed to treat individuals with borderline personality disorder (BPD) but has since been adapted to address a wide range of mental health issues characterized by emotional dysregulation, impulsivity, and difficulty managing intense emotions. DBT combines cognitive-behavioral techniques with mindfulness practices to help individuals build skills for emotional regulation, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, and self-acceptance.

Psychodynamic Therapy

Psychodynamic therapy is focused on understanding the core of emotional wounds. It is focused on the unconscious processes that manifest within behavior. Psychodynamic theory is centered on the three assumptions that 1) all behavior have an underlying cause 2) the cause of a person’s behavior originate within the unconscious 3) different aspects of a person’s unconscious struggle against each other. This approach encourages self-examination and can help you identify important pieces of the puzzle that makes you who you are. Understanding the human psyche as it relates to the ego, unconscious and collective unconscious and Jungian Archetypes such as the shadow and the self are explored deeply within this approach. Through this approach inner child, inner parent and attachment healing take place. Things that you may have never thought of before may rise to the surface providing opportunity for an evolved understanding of who you are. As research has shown, all of our experiences, even those from our ancestors are stored within the body. Awareness is the gateway for releasing trauma and unresolved wounds that may be keeping you stuck.


Dance Movement Therapy

Dance Movement Therapy (DMT) is a somatic psychotherapy that promotes physical, emotional, cognitive, social and spiritual integration of individuals through use of movement. This creative arts therapy offers a different therapeutic approach through exploration of the relationship between the mind and body.

DMT differs from regular dancing in that the movements are interpreted as a non-verbal language that expresses things that someone may have a hard time expressing.

The benefits include stress reduction and mood management. For example, among survivors of trauma, it helps with reclaiming power and control over the body where trauma symptoms usually start.

Founded within the idea that motion and emotion are interconnected, this creative expression can also help improve communication skills overall.


EMDR is a treatment that has been shown to help people to heal from traumatic experiences.

Trauma can be described as acute or chronic painful, emotionally-charged memories which can have lasting mental, emotional, and physical effects.

Trauma may be caused by neglect, physical, sexual and emotional abuse as well as exposure to violent or near-death experiences.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a structured therapy that encourages you to focus on the trauma memory while simultaneously experiencing bilateral stimulation through eye movements.  This is associated with a reduction in the vividness and emotion associated with the trauma memory. 

EMDR Therapy addresses traumatic episodes in a safe and supportive environment. It is a powerful tool that conclusively processes distressing memories.


Yoga as defined by the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT) is “the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and well-being through the application of the philosophy and practice of yoga.” Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word Yuj which means “union” particularly of the mind, body, breath, spirit and self with the divine. It is a form of meditation practice offering a holistic path of healing that includes physical postures, breathing techniques, mindfulness, and relaxation. Yoga has been utilized to treat symptoms of mental health dysfunction for over 8,000 years and can help clear energy blockages while balancing the chakras. Let’s evolve into better patterns of behavior through use of yoga.


Mindfulness is a form of meditation that focuses on the ability to be present in the moment. Mindfulness is defined as the state or quality of being conscious and aware. It is an active and open attention to the present moment. Through practices such as meditation, you can find the calm behind the storm, the quiet in between all of the noise.  To live mindfully is to live in the moment as opposed to dwelling or the past or anticipating what may come in the future.

Considering the current literature highlighting the involvement of the body in traumatic stress symptoms, use of movement and mindfulness-based interventions, which are treatment approaches that focus on the connection between the mind and the body, are receiving increasing attention among mental health providers. These interventions are rooted in Buddhist practice and philosophy and were incorporated into Western interventions in the 20th century. Mindfulness-based interventions seek to engage the autonomic nervous system, restore functioning, and allow survivors to reclaim power over their bodies  Several interventions have been curated to help individuals incorporate mindfulness practices into their daily lives which is often described as “paying attention on purpose.” 

It doesn’t matter if you have never even considered mindfulness as something that you might incorporate into your life, or if you think that sitting quietly for a few minutes at a time is too difficult right now.  A customized approach to practicing and developing a mindful mindset awaits you. Evolve into your best self through mindfulness meditation.



Ayurveda is an ancient holistic system of medicine that originated in India over 5,000 years ago. It focuses on achieving balance and harmony within the body, mind, and spirit to promote overall health and well-being. Ayurveda views each individual as a unique combination of three fundamental energies, or doshas: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. These doshas influence an individual’s physical, mental, and emotional characteristics, and imbalances in these energies are believed to lead to various health issues. The key principles and components of Ayurveda are doshas (representing different combinations of the five elements earth, water, fire, air, and space), prakriti (person’s inherent constitution) and vikriti (a person’s current state of balance or imbalance), an individualized approach, diet and nutrition, herbal medicine, lifestyle recommendations, yoga and meditation, detoxification, aromatherapy, body therapies, seasonal living, mind-body connection, prevention and connection to cultural and spiritual roots.

Chakra Balancing

Chakras are energy centers in the body, and chakra balancing involves aligning and harmonizing their energy flow. Various techniques, such as meditation, visualization, and energy work, are used to achieve this balance.


Reiki, a Japanese form of energy healing was developed by Mikao Usui in 1922 and is interchangeably referred to as palm healing or hands on healing. The word reiki combines two Japanese words, rei and ki – when broken down, it stands for universal (i.e., rei) life energy (i.e., ki) and its practice is based on the idea of an unseen “life force energy.”

Reiki seeks to improve the flow of energy around the body and can serve as a conduit for mental, emotional, physical, spiritual and vibrational healing through gentle touch. This energy healing is so powerful that it balances chakras and provides holistic transformation in person or from a distance.

Sound Healing

Sound healing is a holistic practice that uses the vibrations and frequencies of sound to promote relaxation, healing, and a sense of well-being. It’s based on the idea that sound can impact our physical, emotional, and energetic states. Different sound healing techniques involve the use of various instruments, vocal tones, and frequencies to create positive effects on the body and mind.


Hypnosis is a state of focused attention, heightened suggestibility, and deep relaxation. It’s often used for therapeutic purposes to address various psychological and emotional issues, habits, and behaviors. During hypnosis, individuals are more open to suggestions, which can help them make positive changes or explore their subconscious mind. Hypnosis involves induction, focused attention, an altered state of consciousness, suggestibility and subconscious exploration. Through individually tailored approaches, it can promote mind-body healing.


Energy Healing:

Energy healing is a holistic practice that aims to promote balance and well-being by working with the subtle energy systems within the body. It’s based on the concept that everything, including humans, is made up of energy, and disruptions or imbalances in this energy can lead to physical, emotional, and spiritual issues. Energy healing modalities seek to restore harmony and vitality to these energy systems.

Rooted in ayurvedic tradition, chakra means wheel or disc and can be thought of as the body’s subtle energy. They are energy centers within the body that correspond to nerves, organs and areas of our energetic bodies. Although we have over 100 chakras, there are 7 main chakras. Chakras are vital to our holistic wellness, which is why keeping them in alignment is critical to our ability to thrive. Having an understanding of chakras is beneficial to unlocking your potential to be your own self healer. The aura, on the other hand, healing is a practice rooted in various spiritual and metaphysical belief systems that involves working with the “aura,” which is believed to be an energy field that surrounds and permeates the physical body. This concept is particularly prevalent in Eastern spiritual traditions, New Age spirituality, and holistic healing approaches. The idea behind aura healing is that imbalances or disturbances in a person’s aura can lead to physical, emotional, or spiritual issues, and by addressing these imbalances, healing can occur.

Forms of energy healing include but is not limited to.


Reiki is a Japanese form of energy healing that involves a practitioner channeling universal life force energy through their hands to the recipient. This energy is believed to promote healing, relaxation, and overall well-being.

Pranic Healing:

Pranic healing is a system of energy healing that involves using the hands to manipulate and balance the body’s energy field. Practitioners use specific techniques to cleanse, energize, and balance the energy centers (chakras) and energy pathways (meridians) of the body.

Healing Touch:

Healing Touch is a gentle energy-based approach to healing that involves the practitioner using their hands to clear, balance, and harmonize the recipient’s energy field. It’s often used to alleviate pain, reduce anxiety, and promote relaxation.

Crystal Healing:

Crystal healing involves placing specific crystals on or around the body to influence and balance the body’s energy centers. Different types of crystals are believed to have specific energetic properties that can aid in healing.

Qi Gong:

Qi Gong is a Chinese practice that combines movement, breath, and visualization to cultivate and balance the body’s vital energy, known as “qi.” It’s often used to improve physical health, mental clarity, and emotional well-being.

Acupuncture and Acupressure:

These ancient practices are rooted in traditional Chinese medicine and involve stimulating specific points on the body to regulate the flow of energy (qi) and restore balance. Acupuncture uses thin needles, while acupressure involves applying pressure to these points.


ThetaHealing is a spiritual and energy-based healing modality that involves accessing the theta brainwave state to identify and change limiting beliefs and patterns. Practitioners believe that these shifts can lead to healing on all levels.

Sound Healing:

Sound healing utilizes the vibrations of sound, such as singing bowls, tuning forks, or vocal toning, to restore balance and harmony to the body’s energy field and chakras.

Reconnective Healing:

Reconnective Healing is a form of energy healing that focuses on bringing the recipient into alignment with the full spectrum of healing frequencies that exist in the universe. It’s believed to go beyond traditional energy healing methods.

Sound Bathing:

Sound bathing, also known as sound therapy or sound meditation, is a relaxation and healing practice that involves immersing oneself in soothing and harmonious sound vibrations. It’s often used as a form of meditation or relaxation to promote a sense of calm, balance, and overall well-being. Sound bathing typically involves the use of various sound instruments and tools to create a therapeutic auditory experience. Some common instruments used in sound bathing include singing bowls, gongs, tuning forks, crystal bowls, and other percussion instruments.


Yoga as defined by the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT) is “the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and well-being through the application of the philosophy and practice of yoga” (IAYT, 2007). Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word Yuj which means “union” particularly of the mind, body, breath, spirit and self with the divine. It is a form of mindfulness practice offering a holistic path of healing that includes physical postures, breathing techniques, meditation, and relaxation. As an ancient practice originating in ancient India, yoga has been utilized to treat symptoms of mental health dysfunction for over 8,000 years. Yoga promotes the integration of mind, body, and spirit for overall well-being.

Shadow Work:

Shadow work is a psychological and spiritual practice that involves exploring and integrating the parts of yourself that you may have repressed, denied, or ignored. These aspects, often referred to as the “shadow,” encompass your hidden fears, desires, past traumas, and unresolved emotions. Engaging in shadow work can lead to greater self-awareness, personal growth, and emotional healing. Shadow work can be approached through self-acceptance, self-exploration, journaling, inner dialogue, identifying triggers, therapy, meditation, dream analysis, compassionate inquiry, integration of the shadow, healing practices, artistic expression and patience.

Intuitive Guidance

Divination is a way of exploring the subconscious mind to generate intuitive knowing within your conscious mind. Through use of divination tools such as Tarot cards or Oracle cards, you can receive messages from your higher self and spiritual tribe. Divination allows for the acceleration of the process of self realization, which is a movement towards being your highest, truest and most authentic self. It is a tool for personal growth and transformation. Swiss psychologist Carl Jung, popularized our understanding of the Collective Unconscious or archetype. This is the part of our mind derived from ancestral memory and experience, common to all humankind and separate from the unconscious. Self realization, the process of becoming the most evolved version of yourself can be achieved via use of divination tools such as tarot. Through this approach, you learn about how to facilitate your own self healing through psycho-education on chakras, meditation, crystals, essential oils, yoga, plants, behavioral changes, sound healing and a range of other holistic wellness tools. You will receive insight into your shadow, the unconscious parts of your self  that do not correspond to your ego ideal, which is the part of the ego where positive identifications with parental goals and values that you may admire or want to emulate lives. 

Internal Family Systems (IFS)

Internal Family Systems (IFS) is a therapeutic approach and model of psychotherapy developed by Dr. Richard Schwartz in the 1980s. It is a method for understanding and working with the various parts or sub-personalities that exist within an individual’s psyche. IFS is often used to help people address and resolve emotional and psychological issues, including trauma, anxiety, depression, and relationship problems.

The core concept of IFS is that individuals have a multiplicity of inner parts or sub-personalities, each with its own unique characteristics, emotions, and motivations. These parts can be organized into various categories, such as protectors, exiles, and managers.

Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy

Exposure therapy is an approach that has been used for many years to tackle issues related to anxiety and phobias. Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy (VRET) builds on this approach with the use of virtual reality technology.

Virtual reality exposure therapy (VRET) is a computerized form of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) that provides exposure to visual, auditory, tactile, vibratory, vestibular, and olfactory stimuli in a controlled setting. During a virtual exposure session, states of arousal can be tracked by monitoring physiological indicators of stress such as heart rate and respiration. After this desensitization to a virtual environment, you may feel more equipped to take the next step and engage in real life (i.e., in vivo) exposure to the feared object or situation.

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