Healing is an inside job!
Dear [insert your wonderful name here]
I want you to know that no matter where you are in your journey, I am here to support you with embodying wellness in all areas of your life. Together we can explore what it means to be who you are, reconnect with your body, commune with nature, learn new patterns of thinking, find your voice, and heal. My warm and grounded presence provides a safe space for you to explore how beautiful and amazing, but often times wounded relationship to our physical selves can impact our relationships, creativity, general well-being, and even our ability to reason and learn. >>>>
Psychotherapy, Supervision & Consultation
Musenge offers individual therapy to adults in her office and outdoors at Edwin Warner, Shelby Bottoms and Radnor Parks. It is very likely that many individuals will seek therapy in their lifetime for various reasons. Just beginning the process of psychotherapy can ease some of the isolation we can all feel when facing challenges in our lives.
Musenge can assist you with the following >>>>
Musenge offers therapy to partners in consensual non monogamous and monogamous relationships. Partners seek psychotherapy for various reasons in different stages in their lives, including when the relationship is progressing relatively well. For some couples, simply beginning therapy can restore a sense of goodwill in the relationship. Partners often seek support with the following: >>>>
Musenge offers family therapy to siblings, parents, nuclear, extended, chosen or step-families. While our family lives can be tremendously rewarding and nourishing they can also become a source of tension, especially during times of stress, loss, or change. I understand how difficult these kinds of challenges can be, even among families that love each other dearly. I can support with the following: >>>>
"Where you look affects how you feel."
Dr. David Grand
Brainspotting is a powerful, focused treatment method that works by identifying, processing and releasing core neurophysiological sources of emotional/body pain, trauma, dissociation and a variety of other challenging symptoms. Brainspotting is a simultaneous form of diagnosis and treatment, enhanced with Biolateral sound, which is deep, direct, and powerful yet focused and containing.
Internal Family Systems
"This being human is a guest house.
Every morning a new arrival."
This evidence-based approach assumes each individual possesses a variety of sub-personalities, or “parts,” and attempts to get to know each of these parts better to achieve healing.
By learning how different parts function as a system and how the overall system reacts to other systems and other people, people in therapy can become better able to identify the roots of conflict, manage any complications arising, and achieve greater well-being.
"To walk in nature is to witness a thousand miracles."
Ecotherapy is an approach that rests on the idea that people have a deep connection to their environment and to the earth itself. In this same line of thinking, failing to nurture this connection can take a toll on your well-being, particularly your mental health.
Musenge offers all services both in and outdoors!
""How do you stand in relation to these many realms?" ”
Hopi Language Origin
Hakomi a body-centered approach that combines somatic awareness with experiential techniques to promote psychological growth and transformation.
Hakomi theory holds the body to be a window to unconscious psychological material, and trained practitioners work to help those in therapy identify somatic indicators of unconscious beliefs and then bring these indicators into awareness, thus aiding the process of change.
Hakomi integrates principles of Eastern philosophy, primarily Buddhism and Taoism, emphasizing concepts such as mindfulness, loving presence, and empathy. The name is based on the Hopi Indian word that asks the question “Who are you?”
"Turn your wounds into wisdom.”
Musenge provides dyadic, triadic and group supervision to supervisees pursuing their license as Marriage & Family Therapists (LMFT)
In addition to staffing cases, practicing interventions, sharing resources about trainings and services, our group will also be counterspace for therapists interested in practicing intersectional, anti-oppression and decolonizing psychotherapy.
My hope is you will leave each group feeling supported in practicing this deeply meaningful, courageous work, sustainably and with integrity. >>>>