Susan V. Brewer, a Counselor and Life Coach, has over 20 years of clinical experience and has been in private practice in Sellersville for 14 years. Working with adolescents and adults, she specializes in drug and alcohol addictions, codependency, gambling, family dysfunction and relationship issues, and promoting healthy self-esteem. Her goal is to provide caring, supportive and confidential counseling and coaching services to all of her clients. “We create balance in our lives by being honest, open and willing to take risks with ourselves and our relationships with others in all aspects of our lives.” Her belief is that all persons are truly “greater than they think they are.”
She is currently running a Young Women’s Group for ages 18-27 years
old on Tuesday evenings from 7:30-9:00 p.m. Group discussion focuses on interpersonal conflicts, family and social relationships, coping strategies, and decision-making skills – and contributes to an overall sense of well-being. Participants gain a greater understanding of whom they are, how to identify and manage their feelings, and the roles they play in current social and family relationships and how they can change.
To learn more about this group or any of the services Susan provides, contact her at 215-872-4219 or check out her website at www.balancelife4u.com
FREE Rubenfeld Synergy Sessions
Think of your body like the black box of an airplane. It records your surroundings, your emotions, past mental or physical trauma, stress, and your memories. Together, these become your unique story as told by the body in your posture, your walk, and in habitual patterns that develop over time. Rubenfeld Synergy uses gentle touch and reflective listening to help you learn to be in touch with this body-mind connection. By developing awareness to patterns existing in your body, change becomes possible.
Brittiney George is a Pilates Instructor that is currently in training to become Rubenfeld Somatic Synergist. As part of this training, she is looking for practice clients and is offering up to 5 free sessions per person from now thru September. Through her work as a physical therapy intern and Pilates instructor, Brittiney came to recognize the importance of the body-mind connection with healing. She saw the holding patterns that developed from physical pain and was amazed at the level of emotion that could be generated by a simple, caring touch and the healing that could transpire when the mind and the body worked together towards that goal.