In her practice as a Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Mary provides psychological therapeutic care for individuals, families and couples in a nature setting.  To help sustain progress made with issues related to grief and loss, depression and anxiety, trauma recovery, or finding ways to interact more effectively with others, treatment often incorporates additional mindfulness practices such as body movement (Yoga, Tai Qi or Qi Gong), forest bathing, art or music therapy, storytelling, meditation, and contemplative walking of the 40-foot labyrinth—a replication of the labyrinth at the Chartres Cathedral in France.
While talk therapy utilizes the left side of the brain, these mindfulness practices also allow healing from the right side of the brain. When used together, one can achieve a whole-health approach to healing and wellness — MIND, BODY & SPIRIT.

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The process begins with a first meeting, in which Dr. Freitag will sit down with you for a comprehensive evaluation to identify your particular needs. You’ll work together to design an individualized program of care that will support you in reestablishing your emotional health and increasing your sense of vitality and well-being.


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