Embodying 20 years of expertise, Rachel Fleischman has been training in several healing arts including; Body-Mind Psychotherapy, somatic psychology, mindfulness, Hakomi and expressive art therapy.
Rachel Fleischman brings tremendous personal warmth, deep respect and strong clinical experience to her practice. By creating a safe, relaxed, non-judgmental space, she will help you move to your fullest potential.
Finding a therapist who is a good fit for you is very important. Rachel Fleischman brings tremendous personal warmth, deep respect and strong clinical experience to my practice.
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Below are some colleagues I highly recommend:
For Trauma Related Hypnotherapy: Alison Saylor (415) 249-9333, alisonsaylor.com
For Anger Management: Michael Quirke (415) 820-3943, michaelgquirke.com
For EMDR: Jane Steinberg (415) 431-8000, janesteinbergmft.com
Life Coaching: Gina Bartiromo theunfoldingself.wordpress.com
Art Coaching: Martha Zlatar artmatch-coach.com
Somatic Therapy: Pamela Rosin awakeningpresence.com
Certified Nutrition Consultant: Angela Ross sfwholebodybalance.com
Wonderful Reading: (Please let me know if you need more book ideas).
An Introduction to Body-Centered Psychotherapy:
Art /Dance as Therapy:
Body Centered Therapies:
An Introduction to Movement Based Expressive Therapy:
For anyone walking the path of growth and transformation will benefit from this embodied, arts based approach. You will learn that your body has within it a powerful fountain of wisdom that just needs to be tapped.
“Body-Mind Centering offers a way to deepen ourselves to the intuitive wisdom of the body and to nurture our innate capacity to heal through awareness and touch. Through it we can explore the very roots of our expression in movement and we come to see how our mind moves or is restricted within the body.” –Linda Hartley
Body-Mind Psychotherapy offers a simple, user-friendly, and safe approach to integrating the body into therapy and psychological exploration. The techniques involved are consistent with research from neuroscience, psychological development, and traumatology. This book offers a path leading toward profound emotional healing.
Help and Healing:
On Being a Therapist: