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RS Holistic Counseling, Coaching and Healing Expands Services

Rebecca Schoenewolf

Holistic coach and energy healer Rebecca Schoenewolf, RMT, LPC, LMHC, is offering healing sessions in her new Brookfield office. Each session lasts for 90 minutes and contains 45 minutes of processing life issues and concerns, followed by 45 minutes of energy healing. The energy healing portion is a blend of reiki, crystal and pendulum work, and channeling (occasionally); it ends with gentle Tingsha bells chimed above the client’s whole body.

People who have experienced this individualized combination of healing have reported a significant decrease in stress, increase in feeling focused and clearer about their lives, and feeling more grounded and centered, Schoenewolf says. When they return they have reported that the effects of their session continued to reverberate throughout the following week(s), and that they see and feel positive changes in continuous, profound ways.

Schoenewolf is a holistic licensed mental health clinician and maintains a clinical mental health practice in Danbury, specializing in assisting people who experience trauma, depression, anxiety, difficult life events, grief and other issues. She is establishing a new group, The Art of Communication, which starts September 13. It consists of eight weekly meetings to explore how your belief systems affect how you communicate to yourself,, leading into how you communicate with others. The group will touch upon anger and conflict management. The final session is about having fun through storytelling and play.

For more information on the new service and group, call 203-826-2558 or visit Locations: 152 Deer Hill Ave, Ste 119, Danbury, and 246 Federal Rd, Ste C23-A, Brookfield. See ad, page 11.

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