Kimberly is a licensed substance abuse associate, clinical hypnotherapist and sound therapy practitioner. Her primary focus is supporting those who feel lost, disconnected from themselves and overwhelmed with stress. She uses unconventional techniques as an integrative approach to help restore emotional balance, enhance self-love, and provides a support system & tools along the way so that you don't have to go through it on your own. Her goal is to help you feel more connected to yourself, be more present, and rediscover the joy in life.
At Sound Body and Mind, we are dedicated to fostering profound harmony within. Our sound therapy services are designed to unlock the innate potential of the body, facilitating it's natural capacity to heal, rejuvenate, and harmonize, nurturing physical, emotional, and spiritual balance.
Vibrational Sound Therapy can alleviate stress by inducing a deep sense of relaxation through soothing auditory vibrations, which counteract the physiological markers of stress. This therapeutic approach also promotes mindfulness and emotional release, providing individuals with effective tools to manage and reduce their stress levels.
Biofield Tuning can assist in reducing reactivity and triggers by harmonizing the body's subtle energy fields, helping individuals achieve a greater sense of balance and calm. By addressing energetic imbalances, this therapy can enhance emotional resilience and provide a more centered response to stressors.
Reiki can promote a greater sense of balance by channeling healing energy to the recipient, addressing energetic blockages and imbalances in the body. This holistic therapy encourages a harmonious flow of vital energy, helping individuals feel more grounded and centered.
Recovery is a challenging journey, and you don't have to go through it alone. We are here to provide you with the necessary support along the way. Our Addiction Counseling resources are thoughtfully designed to aid you in releasing and integrating traumatic experiences, strengthening your connection with yourself, and achieving a harmonious balance of your mind, body and spirit.
Brainspotting addresses root issues by accessing and processing trauma and emotional experiences at their source within the brain and body. Brainspotting helps individuals feel better by providing a unique therapeutic approach that directly accesses and processes unresolved emotional and traumatic experiences.
Hypnotherapy can facilitate a stronger connection to oneself by delving into the subconscious mind and promoting self-awareness and self-discovery. It allows individuals to tap into their inner wisdom and create a more authentic and fulfilling relationship with themselves.
If you are not sure where to start, book a 15 minute free consultation, we can discuss what might be the best fit for you. You may also book a 60 minute session for Vibrational Sound Therapy, I often recommend starting with there because it is the most relaxing service we offer.
Biofield Tuning (BT) is a therapeutic method that focuses on the body's biofield, which is an electromagnetic field that surrounds and interpenetrates the body.
Vibrational Sound Therapy (VST) involves the use singing bowls to create therapeutic vibrations and sounds that can promote relaxation.
In summary, both Biofield Tuning and Vibrational Sound Therapy use sound and vibrations to facilitate energetic balance, but they have different methodologies and tools. The choice between the two may depend on personal preferences and specific therapeutic goals. VST can be more relaxing with the bowls placed on the body, like a sonic massage. BT can also be relaxing, but use tuning forks that are mainly played in the clients energy field with the intention of releasing energetic blockages.
Absolutely. While Kimberly is licensed to work with those in recovery, she also works with anyone who wants to feel better but needs help to get there.
The evidence base for hypnotherapy, sound therapy, and brainspotting varies, and while there is some research available, the scientific support may not be as extensive as for more mainstream therapeutic approaches.
Here are some scientific articles related to each of these methods:
It's important to note that while there is some research available, the evidence base for these therapies may not be as extensive as for more established therapeutic approaches. Additionally, the effectiveness of these methods can vary depending on individual factors and the specific condition being treated. Consulting with a licensed and qualified practitioner is recommended when considering any of these therapies.
While you may use an HSA account to pay for services, we do not bill insurance for the services provided.