Judy Brennan

Our bodies have been here since birth, they’re here until our death; they know everything that’s ever happened to us and record all of it. When we are in our brains, our logical minds can get confused quickly and it can be overwhelming. I believe that slowing down and deepening into our bodies through somatic psychotherapy can help us to be more present to our bodies’ messages and lead us toward discovering our purest potential and ultimately our life’s purpose.

We live in a fast-paced world full of expectations which can sometimes cause us to lose perspective as to who we are. Therapy can help us to discover a new viewpoint allowing us to grow, reinvent, and heal.

My therapeutic approach utilizes Sensorimotor Psychotherapy which draws on somatic experientials, neuroscience, attachment theory, as well as the mindfulness-based Hakomi Method.

I look forward to meeting you and sharing a safe and supportive space.

“Because you are alive, everything is possible.” ~ Thich Nhat Hanh