Level III Breath-Body-Mind teachers

United Kingdom


Heather Mason, MA, MA, RYT-500

MA Psychotherapy, MA Buddhist Studies, MBCT Teacher
Neurofeedback Technician
Founder-The Minded Institute

Psychotherapist-Yoga Therapist/Yoga Teacher/ Lecturer, Boston University School of Medicine

The Minded Institute creates programs for the public and trains professionals to use yoga therapy, mindfulness, and modern medical understanding to treat clinical mental health populations. We also offer private mentoring. Coherent breathing practices of B-B-M have deeply enhanced the way I work with clients and train professionals. Clients love doing the breathing and continue it for years with constant benefit.

USA +156128910161
UK +447988821323



United States


Dehanna M. Rice, R.P.P., C.H.,

San Francisco and San Anselmo (Marin County), CA

Integrative/Holistic for all.

A Registered Polarity Practitioner and Certified Hypnotherapist with twenty years’ experience teaching “Energy-based” modalities in the US and Europe. She is certified in Cerebral Spinal Fluid & Vitaflex Techniques. Also, Open Focus Meditation. She is now on the West Coast after practicing in NYC for decades. She offers workshops incorporating Polarity Yoga, using Energy Principals for aligning & opening the body with “effortless effort”, the use of tuning forks, (Sound Healing), and Breath-Body-Mind practices throughout the year. She is a BBM level 3 senior teacher that has been apart of the BBM Community, early on, training teachers, assisting numerous events supporting displaced refugees, returning soldiers from the battlefield and trauma victims from natural disasters globally.



Deborah Alagna

Overland Park, KS

Experienced 25-year Resiliency and Corporate Performance Coach specializing in reducing stress, increasing productivity, market share, client engagement, revenue, leadership awareness, employee experience and retention through proven business strategies, decompressing breathing and meditation techniques to diverse populations including military, high risk youth, athletes, and corporations.

I plan to use Breath-Body-Mind to decrease PTSD symptoms and increase quality of life in the military population and increase performance in sporting competitions, professional athletes, HR wellness initiative’s, care takers, stressed employees and C-Suite. I have over 25 years of training and coaching as well as public speaking experience.

I have facilitated breathing and meditation practices to the military population with PTSD since 2006. I grew up in a generational military family who served in multiple conflicts.


New York

Beth Abrams, MD, Adult and Child Psychiatrist

Albany, New York

Irina Baysara

New York City, NY

Irina is a dedicated teacher of breathing techniques that you can take with you, whether it be on your way to work, taking a walk in the park or relaxing at home. You can also utilize them when you are washing dishes, cooking, cleaning the apartment, reading books, working on the computer, waiting in a doctor's office or on a flight at the airport.

As someone who believes in the power of motivated healing, Irina recognizes that people's everyday lives are stressful, hectic and chock full of work and obligations. By demonstrating how to connect the body to the breath, Irina shows you how you can develop the healthy habit of deep breathing to positively balance your mind and body. Irina strives to help you make restorative breathing techniques a way of life and demonstrates how these exercises can help you become more proactive in your physical and mental wellbeing.

Irina has started her journey of yoga and breathing practice with the very knowledgeable Tibetan teacher of Sivananda Yoga and Tibetan yoga from India who helped her heal her lungs. The Allergies and sinuses which were a constant hindrance for over 35 years stopped bothering her. Breathing exercises helped her restore her natural sleep patterns, cure depression, lose weight, and heal her neurological back pain. Then she turned to her family and friends, helping them become happy and healthy by teaching them breathing exercises. It was then that she finally realized that teaching breathing was her calling. Irina immersed herself in studying the different techniques of breathing, and her practice become her life style. After Irina completed her yoga training, she started on a yoga therapy journey with Prema Yoga Institute. With her love for Tibetan medicine, Irina studied Mindfulness and Loving Kindness Meditation, and Yoga Psychology training in Nalanda Institute. She attained a B-B-M training and become a teacher of that program.

She teaches private patients how they can reduce stress, fatigue, stiffness, depression, anxiety with the development of a routine of breathing practice. Irina was moved to see how a restorative regiment of breathing allowed her to help a friend suffering from alcoholism. Estranged from his family and depressed, he took solace in the temporary escape alcohol provided, only to have his health deteriorate. A regiment of fast and deep breathing over a period empowered him to become proactive in his healing. Now he listens to what his internal well-being calculator is saying and uses breathing and meditation to maintain a healthier mental and physical balance. He reconnected with his kids and enjoys now spending time with his grandchildren in the park and museums.

(646) 240-6113


Bill and Martha Benedict

Elmira, New York

Specialize in working with Veterans and military workers. Working with people with Autism.

Bill and Martha Benedict are Breath-Body-Mind Level III Certified Teachers. Their work includes leading the Chemung County Positive Breath Pilot Project together with Chemung County Mental Health Commissioner, Brian Hart. They have assisted Dr. Brown and Dr. Gerbarg in producing 4 Breathe and Heal, With the Power of the Breath Conferences. Martha is the Conference coordinator. In addition, they have assisted at BBM trainings at Kripalu Yoga Institute, Fort Drum Military personnel and at Mohonk Mt. Resort and Spa. Bill and Martha conduct after school programs for students and staff and have worked with employees of the Chemung County Department of Social Services. They have provided services to individuals and small groups. Martha is a retired School Administrator from the Elmira City School District. Bill was the former Director of the Elmira Psychiatric Center.



Ann Fleuchaus

New York City, NY

My name is Ann Fleuchaus and I have lived and worked in NYC for the past 25 years. I have been involved in teaching yoga and meditation as well as creating a private healing practice. Some of my certifications include: Touch for Health, NLP, Access Bars, Rising Star, Spinal Fluid Technique and EFT. I am grateful to these modalities for bringing such clarity and understanding into my life and practice and, yet my greatest sense of personal wholeness has come from the Breath Work with Drs. Brown and Gerbarg. The Breath Work is simple, practical and effective and is a great adjunct to any other activity one may participate in.

I have been honored to participate and assist them in their Breath, Body, and Mind Workshops for the past 6 years and look forward to teaching my own classes. So far, I have taught many individuals how to improve their quality of life through coherent breathing and I am now eager to share this experience with a larger audience. If you are interested in experiencing a gentle, easy and scientifically proven way to reduce stress and find balance in many areas of your life. Please contact me at:



Sheila Katz

Elmira, NY

I live in Elmira, New York. Elmira is an economically depressed community. Its educational system is struggling with many academic, social and emotional issues.

I am a Speech/Language Pathologist and Teacher of the Deaf and am presently in private practice. I retired as a Teacher and SLP after 35 years of service for GST BOCES. I consult with Chemung Early Intervention and provide therapy to children 3-5 years of age. For those students needing breath support and improved attention, I have used breathing techniques, so they may become better communicators. I also service Developmentally Delayed Adults through The ARC of Chemung. Breathing techniques have helped on reducing rate of speech, increasing volume of speech and improving ability to attend to task.

For the past four years I have been part of a team of health care professionals and educators in Chemung County, New York that have worked on bringing Drs. Brown and Gerbarg Breath-Body-Mind techniques into our community. We are working on making a sustainable program through the Chemung County Positive Breath Pilot. As part of the pilot program I have taught students ages 4-11 at the Southside Community Center afterschool program. Students have been active learners of “ha” breath, various movements, coherent breathing and relaxation techniques. We have incorporated movements to popular songs as a teaching tool. It has motivated the students to move. The students are eager to volunteer to teach and lead their peers in the program, under our direction. We have provided training for staff from the Department of Social Services, who are under tremendous stress due to the intensive services they provide for children and adults in our community. We have also worked with staff and students involved with the YWCA afterschool program.

Breathe-Body-Mind techniques have personally helped me deal with my own health issues. I was diagnosed with lupus over 25 years ago and often feel fatigued and not able to think clearly. Breathing has reduced my stress level, improved my ability to focus, helped me sleep better, and helps to energize me. I can truly feel the changes in my body and mind with the techniques taught by Drs. Brown and Gerbarg.


James Nordmann

New City, NY

Black Belt Aikido, Volunteer Gilda Club, Breathing



Melinda Payne

Whitefish, MT

I work as a psychiatrist, with children, adolescents and adults. I have been eager to learn ways to decrease anxiety, distraction, fear without using more medication.

I learned about Dr. Brown and Dr. Gerbarg's work and attended the workshop on "The Resilient Child".

What a gift this work is! Not only did I learn techniques to enhance my work with children and adults, I began to learn how powerfully the work was impacting me. The way in which Dr. Brown and Dr. Gerbarg have distilled complex multidisciplinary theory with science and powerful practices in a way that is amazing, accessible, engaging, and no short of life changing!

This work impacts my life daily and changed the way I think about healing, and being on the earth. It is powerful, and a privilege to work with Drs’ Brown and Gerbarg.



Jeffrey M. Sanders, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus, Montana State University-Billings, Native American Studies

Whitefish, MT

In December 2017 Jeff will return to and live in Whitefish, Montana. He has taught at every level from Kindergarten to university Graduate Students. He has great experience facilitating cultural competency workshops in multicultural settings with diverse people from different professions and backgrounds. Dr. Sanders is an adopted member of the Crow Tribe of Montana and will continue to work with Indigenous people wherever they may live. He will be introducing BBM techniques to interested Tribal and community College students and faculty throughout Montana.



Rhode Island

Joy Bennett-Jennings

Specializing in depression, anxiety, trauma-sensitive yoga, and chronic pain management with children and adults.

(401) 290-7697

Level II Breath-Body-Mind teachers



Monica Vermani, C. Psych.

Stress, Trauma, Anxiety, Rehabilitation, Treatment Toronto Ontario

54 Wellington Street East, Toronto, Ontario, M5E 1C7

Primarily outpatient psychological, forensic, & vocational assessments. I specialize in working with patients suffering from Trauma/Abuse, Mood, Anxiety and Chronic Pain Disorders. The clients are adults who often present with co-morbid diagnoses and require multifaceted treatment approaches. I provide Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychotherapy, Mindfulness Meditation and Therapeutic Breath~Body~Mind Breathing, Stress/Chronic Pain Management, Marriage/Family counseling, Vocational Counseling, Self Esteem/Assertiveness, Professional Coaching, Forgiveness, Anger Management and Grieving.

Tel: (416) 291-7373
416 598 9344
Toll-Free: (855) 800-0273


Jean-Marie Defossez, PhD

He lives and practices in France. His is a PhD doctor in Zoology with a specialization in physiology (nutrition and breath). He develops workshops called “Coach-Respiration®”centered exclusively around the breath. This approach uses and integrates many traditional breath practices (from yoga, qi gong, sophrology, Alexander techniques…) and specific exercises in order to allow rapid relaxation and well-being. He plans to introduce Breath-Body-Mind workshops in France. Several practice-books about respiration written by JM Defossez are coming soon in the French Jouvence Editor.

Free video on the channel coach-respiration of YouTube

United Kingdom


Margaret Wadsley, B.Ed.; M. Phil; M.A. (Integrative Psychotherapy)

WASP.ed (Wadsley Associates Supporting People in Education and Development)

47 Crow Road, Lennoxtown, Glasgow

Family, child, adolescent, couple and individual therapy and supervision for colleagues and trainees. Training and Consultancy to promote well-being in therapeutic, education and workplace settings. I teach Dru Yoga individually and with groups; specializing in childhood, adolescence, school, community and additional support needs (special needs). I have created a range of material resources to support clients and others. I offer B~B~M practices in client sessions, supervision, of therapeutic practitioners (group and individual), and during yoga sessions for children, youth and adults. From Summer 2016 I will l also be offering introductory workshops on Breath~Body~Mind for community organizations, teachers and other professionals interested in combatting the negative impact of stress in all aspects of life. These workshops can be tailored to meet the time and resource needs of any organization or individuals who wish to promote the value of breathing practices in the community. Check out my website for details.


United States


Amy Otzel

Colchester, CT

392 South Main Street, Suite 7, Colcheste, Connecticut

MA Psychology
MS Professional Mental Health Counseling
MA Candidate Integrative Health & Healing
Inner Resource Psychotherapy, LLC

Sole private practitioner providing assessment, treatment and education to individuals, couples, families, groups and organizations dealing with a wide range of human problems. I employ integrative, evidence-based psychoeducational and holistic techniques to support quality of life goals. Significant areas of specialty include: trauma, military and veteran culture & combat-related adjustment with multicultural male and female populations, as well as anxiety and depression.

B-B-M techniques are provided within a frame of education, including scientific foundation and experiential practice to support personal empowerment to grow, manage and achieve.

(860) 603-2659


Chris Streeter, MD

Boston, MA

85 E. Newton St. Fuller Bldg., Boston, MA 02118

Associate Professor in Psychiatry and in Neurology
Boston University School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry
Researches effects of yoga on mood and brain GABA Levels


New York

Cecilia Beach, PhD

Belmont, NY

Cecilia Beach, PhD, is an experienced yoga teacher with 500-hr Kripalu certification. She has also completed Level I Certification in Integrative Yoga Therapy and Level II of Breath-Body-Mind. She teaches donation-based community yoga classes at Alfred University, volunteers as a yoga teacher at the Allegheny County Jail, and offers gentle yoga classes to breast and gynecological cancer survivors. Cecilia regularly integrates Breath-Body-Mind practices into her yoga classes and is developing BBM programs for Alfred students to help them cope with depression and anxiety.



Cindy T. Brewer, LMSW BOCES campus

Elmira NY

I work with children with severe social/emotional issues in the Elmira Psychiatric Center – Southern Tier Day Treatment Program, under the Broad Horizons Program. All the children have Individual Education Plans and require the most restrictive school setting to meet their needs. The structured 6:1:1 classroom consists of 6 children, 1 Teacher, 1 Teaching assistant and an EPC therapist. Their mental health needs are provided through this program with individual therapy 1x/per week (more as needed), group therapy 1x per day for 30 minutes each day 5x/per week. Medication education and monitoring per the Psychiatrist and RN as needed as well as scheduled appointment every 3 months. Contact with parents/guardians daily via phone, email, daily behavior sheets and family meetings 1x per month or as needed.

The population I currently work with are 7th and 8th graders ranging from 13-15 years old. I have 1 female and 5 males this school calendar (2017-18). The kids have symptoms of anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, mood disorders, etc. I introduced Breath, Body and Mind with this group in October – December 2017. I began by explaining the techniques and practicing how to breathe in their chairs. They all have yoga mats and weighted “stars” they lay on their bellies while doing Coherent breathing and Breath moving to the chimes. We begin by doing the Body Balance exercise to modern music such as “Can’t stop this feeling” by Justin Timberlake, Ha breath, the first 2 Golden Wheels and 4-4-6-2 Coherent Breathing. We do the exercises 2 x per week for approximately 12 – 15 minutes at 9:00 a.m. After the breathing exercises, the kids process their thoughts, feelings, distractions, comfortability, etc. They also fill out a brief evaluation form.

The goal of the program is to keep kids in the community and their homes. They are often one step from being hospitalized or referred to a residential treatment facility. The goal of teaching Positive breath is the same. It is to give them tools that they can incorporate in their daily lives to help them relax and decrease their symptoms of anxiety, so they can function at home, school and within the community.

Phone: (607) 426-8645


David (Dave) Bryant, PhD, CH, EFT-ADV

Brocton, NY

5212 Ellicott Road, Brocton, NY 14716

I have a pro bono practice focused on trauma using somatic-based Emotional Freedom Techniques. He is a volunteer practitioner/facilitator with the Veteran’s Stress Project, and teach Breath-Body-Mind classes at a local Chautauqua County Health and Fitness Center in Dunkirk New York.

(716) 419-3019


Margaret Dunn

Massena, NY, St. Lawrence County

Margaret Dunn, a Certified Level 2 Breath-Body-Mind Teacher received Breath-Body-Mind (BBM) training in Elmira, NY with Richard Brown, MD and Pat Gerbarg, MD beginning in 2015.

Margaret is a psychotherapist at the Massena Wellness Center outpatient mental health clinic of St. Lawrence Psychiatric Center, where she provides individual and group therapy to adults diagnosed with psychiatric illness including Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, ADHD and Substance Abuse Disorders. Margaret offers BBM techniques to interested patients during psychotherapy sessions in addition to other evidence-based treatments such as DBT and CBT. Margaret has also taught BBM skills to people that have serious medical problems such as Cancer to manage pain and insomnia symptoms.

Margaret’s clients find it easy to learn, and most everyone reports a keen sense of calmness in their minds and a stillness in their body after a few minutes of Coherent Breathing.

Previous experience has included working at Hospice/Palliative Care of St. Lawrence County, Claxton Hepburn Hospital Cancer Center, in a local private psychiatric practice and the University of Rochester Medical Center, Strong Memorial Hospital. She has a MSW from the University of Buffalo.

Margaret hopes to continue to teach are BBM in St. Lawrence County and Northern New York.



Kacey Gergel

Elmira, NY

I work for a Community Action agency that has a Head Start Program. Our program has 21 classrooms and serves 351 of the neediest 3-5 year olds in our county. For the past 8 years I have worked in the Disabilities and Mental Health Component. I am always searching for new ways to help little ones with special needs succeed in every aspect of their life. With Breath Body Mind I am hoping to assist these children with new tools to calm, focus and gain some peace in their lives.

My goal is to work with not only the children in our program but the staff as well. In the coming New Year my goal is to work out a pilot program for Breath Body Mind. I will teach the practices to a handful of staff and work with them in their classroom to bring Breath Body Mind to the children. My hope is that Breath Body Mind will grow to our entire program. Practicing Breath Body Mind will be beneficial to children and staff in the classroom and their personal lives.



Shira Gordon

Riverdale, NY

4521 Waldo Avenue, Riverdale, NY 10471

M.S in Psychiatric Nursing and Masters of Public Health from Columbia University.
Experience with special needs families, caregivers, anxiety and depression.

Phone: (718) 549-5280


Jill Greenbaum, Ed.D

Airmont, NY

Learning, change, and personal transformation are a part of everything I do. Breath work is the most recent addition to my ongoing exploration and training in the healing arts. My primary areas of interest and expertise are working with parents around parenting issues, their ever-evolving roles, and emerging adults during the college search process and their adjustment to college.

I delight in developing workshops that include breath work, Emotional Freedom Techniques/Tapping, and Zentangle. These sessions are tailored for specific audiences, from children to adults, in both public and private settings.

Over time, I’ve become an alchemist, continuously discovering new ways of helping people be their best selves. This path first led me to the world of academia, where I became a teacher for students with special education needs in New York City, then a principal and administrator. My bachelor’s and master’s degrees in child psychology and special education, respectively, and doctorate in curriculum development from Teachers College, Columbia University, formed the foundation of this work. I have had my own instructional design and coaching firm for over 20 years. In addition, I am a graduate of CoachU and Martin Seligman’s Authentic Happiness Coaching Program. I am also an AAMET accredited and certified EFT practitioner, using healing energy tools for navigating past many of the turbulent waters in our lives.

I work with clients across the world through Zoom and Skype. Learn more about my work and feel free to contact me for a complimentary consultation at www.tappingwithjill.com.

Phone: (201) 294-1828


Linda Marks Katz

New York City, NY

Light My Way ~ Career Day, Inc. Founding Director.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, specialize in working with children.

Light My Way ~ Career Day is a child centered career day program being offered at an elementary school in the South Bronx. Each of the 642 students receives a 30-minute interview to help them tap into their passions and connect them with 2 careers (out of 25). By the time a student’s graduates from elementary school, they will have had 7 interviews and met 14 professionals.



Maryann Piazza LCSW-R

Syracuse, NY

Transform and Awaken- Maryann provides a spirituality based psychotherapy to assist in changing trauma based core beliefs. In her practice she supports and teaches individuals how to apply breath body mind coherent breathing techniques into the healing process. Available for individual, group practices and skype sessions.

Maryann has been a psychotherapist for 35 years. She has found that the body stores the trauma and the individual can heal trauma experiences by utilizing alternative approaches. She utilizes Coherent Breathing as a Level 11 practitioner, CBT, muscle testing to support changing trauma based core beliefs and other alternative treatments to support change and healing.

(315) 450-2777


Liz Sommers

Horseheads, NY

My name is Liz Sommers and I am an LCSW who currently works in a county mental health clinic as a mental health therapist. I specialize in anxiety, trauma, and forensic work, but work with all populations and diagnoses. I serve individuals, couples, and families in my practice currently.

I recently received my Level II Teacher Certification and have been using the practices for over 2 years now; not only in my practice but also in my own life. I have also recently received my Trauma-Informed Care and Counseling Certificate through the University of Buffalo; also, where I received my MSW.



Alice Smiley, BA, CEAP

Watertown, NY

I have provided short term counseling and prevention education for both adults and youth at a community council for 13 years. Most recently, I’ve transitioned my role from the community setting to work specifically with students at a high school in Jefferson County, NY.

I introduce and teach B-B-M one to one with youth and adults for relief with emotional intensity and to deepen personal coping. In addition, I have been able to demonstrate breath techniques among other area professionals where the topic of stress management has been a focus. Within the school setting, my goal is to work toward establishing group opportunities for students and staff to learn and practice B-B-M techniques.

(315) 788-4660


Jean Tabolt

Watertown, NY

Jean Tabolt has worked for Pivot for 21 years and is dedicated to the prevention of chronic disease. She is a Credentialed Prevention Professional with NYS OASAS and has extensive experience working in schools as well as the community. Jean is also a Certified Kripalu yoga teacher and an E-RYT (Experienced, registered yoga teacher) with the National Yoga Alliance. In addition, she is a Level II Breath, Body, Mind teacher and is currently pursuing advanced studies at Breathing Deeply Yoga Therapy. Jean teaches weekly classes highlighting Breath, Body, Mind, yoga, mindfulness and meditation at Satyana Yoga studio, the Anchor Recovery Center and Case Middle School. She has also taught numerous community-based yoga classes and has served as presenter for numerous topics including yoga and health, mindfulness, breath work and meditation at local and state-wide conferences. Jean is passionate about being a part of the effort to bring health and wellness to the community.

(315) 804-4327


Rosa Bramble Weed, LCSW-R

New York, NY

Integral Enrichment Services

311 West 50th Street #A, New York New York 10019

As a private practitioner, I provide trauma-informed treatment, as well as consultation and training in trauma-informed service delivery to community-based agencies. I integrate sensorimotor psychotherapy and EMDR in the treatment of PTSD, depression, anxiety and trauma of migration. I work with survivors of intimate partner violence, asylum seekers and disaster survivors. I also co-facilitate trauma recovery groups for women. I teach B~B~M techniques to individual clients and groups, to strengthen inner resources to reduce anxiety, performance anxiety, depression, stress and trauma recovery. All services are provided in English and Spanish.

(347) 904-8967


Edy Zordan

Rochester, NY

School Psychologist / early childhood behavioral health consultant

Intends to promote breathing practices to educational and mental health settings among children and adults.

(585) 295-1000 ext. 240

Level I Breath-Body-Mind Teachers



Dr. Lisa Ciechomski BA, GradDipEdPsych, MPsych, PhD, DipYogaStudies

Ballarat, Victoria

Level 1, 40 Bridge Mall, Ballarat Victoria 3350
Psychologist and yoga teacher in private practice with UFS Dispensaries Ltd.

My work includes individual counseling with a strong emphasis on mindfulness techniques for people with anxiety, depression, history of trauma and chronic pain. Together with Lynne McLennan at UFS Medical, I run B-B-M groups for the general community, and small groups for people with anxiety and depression. I teach a restorative yoga class once a week and sometimes teach yoga for youth in schools or at an organization called HeadSpace. Yoga and B-B-M techniques greatly help me manage my stress and I love being able to help others manage stress and learn to deeply relax.

+61 3 5327 0420


Lynne McLennan, B.Sci., MBA

Ballarat, Victoria

206 Armstrong St. North, Ballarat Victoria

UFS Dispensaries Ltd.

UFS Dispensaries is a mutual healthcare company operating pharmacies and medical centers in Western Victoria, Australia. The Breath-Body-Mind program is under development as a complementary healthcare offering to our members and disadvantaged groups. Public programs commenced in 2016.

+61 3 53277757


Lachie McLeod

Ballarat, Victoria

Lachie McLeod is an experienced kinesiologist who is also trained in qigong healing and the breath body mind program. His practice assists people to reconnect to their own inner knowledge and power. Lachie is a grounded practitioner who has found kinesiology, breathing practices and qigong to be highly practical and effective tools in helping clients transform their mental, emotional and physical wellbeing. His sessions are aimed at empowering his clients by providing them with the tools, clarity and energy to take full responsibility for their own health and happiness.

Lachie incorporates the breath body mind techniques in his one on one kinesiology sessions and assists in teaching the breath-body-mind group program run by UFS in Ballarat, Victoria.

+61 439 315 305


New Brunswick

Greg Sandala, PhD

Sackville, NB

Nava Yoga

131E Main Street, Sackville, NB, E4L 4B2

In conjunction with using yoga practices to enhance the physical, spiritual, and emotional well-being of my community, I incorporate Breath~Body~Mind techniques with great success to help alleviate various types of suffering. Feel free to contact me for group or private sessions if you’re ever in our quaint little neighborhood.

(506) 940-0965



Jessica Cowan-Dewar, MSc, PhD Candidate

Repose Yoga Toronto, Toronto Ontario

Our goal at Repose Yoga Toronto is to improve health and well-being through the teaching of simple and accessible mind-body techniques in a safe, supportive and non-judgmental environment. We are committed to sharing these healing practices with people from all walks of life experiencing anxiety, stress and trauma. We teach B-B-M breathing practices in many of our yoga classes - especially yoga for anxiety.

(416) 317-5675


Paulette A. Goddard

Toronto Ontario

DSW Calm Spectrum Consulting

Coaching and support for individuals with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to help them live a more fulling, peaceful and independent life. Our programs inspire, teach, coach and support individuals and their families to new levels of independence, personal growth and peaceful fulfillment of their lives. We work with individuals to assist them developing a daily practice of B-B-M techniques to calm the mind and body.



Farah Jindani, MST, PhD Psychology, RYT-500

Toronto Ontario

I specialize in addictions and mental health, primarily anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. Individual, family, couples and group counseling. I integrate mindfulness and B-B-M techniques into therapy. Yoga and meditation/mindfulness research, neuroscience and neurophysiology.

(416) 854-2269


Perth Ontario

Nancy Williams

I received my 500-hour professional level yoga teacher certification from the Kripalu Centre for Yoga and Health near Lenox, Massachusetts and have taught yoga with The Yoga Connection since 2001. I have earned an additional 500-hour professional level certification in Integrative Yoga Therapy and am certified to teach Yoga Nidra (Level 1) with Richard Miller, Yoga 4 Cancer with Tari Prinster, Restorative Yoga with Judith Lasater and Level 1 Breath~Body~Mind with Richard Brown, MD and Patricia Gerbarg, MD. I am also certified to teach Let Your Yoga Dance and Zumba Gold. Currently I am offering a 4-week series based on the techniques I have learned from Drs. Brown and Gerbarg and am also incorporating their techniques into my Kripalu Yoga classes. : www.yogaconnectionperth.org Served as vice chairperson from 2000 to 2002. Promotes environmental awareness, gender equality, care for the underprivileged Taiwan Homemakers Union Consumer Coop (HUCC), Taipei, Taiwan Volunteer, 2001- Present

Served as a director from 2001 to 2004, supervisor from 2009 to 2011 60,000+ members to date. Educated members on the meaning of co-op and the role of the consumer in demanding safe and sustainable production of food

(613) 267-7148



David Edney

In his retirement, David Edney RYT 200 became a yoga teacher, four years ago, to bring yoga to people who would not otherwise have access. He now teaches at a care home and at a correctional centre in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Mid-December to early May he spends in Paris, where he teaches in French at a seniors’ centre and a retirement home. Recently, in partnership with the Saskatoon Tribal Council, he established a scholarship to enable First-Nations and Métis residents of Saskatchewan to take a yoga teacher-training course.

(306) 343-1338



Sabine Chaland

Ballet Mistress and teacher, is currently living in the south of France where she created her own ballet school in 2013 after a 25-year career abroad (Holland, USA, Canada, Japan) as a professional ballet dancer. Her interest in healing has always been part of her life, in 2004 she graduated in Reflexology, in 2008 she completed the 4-year course of the Barbara Brennan healing science school. In 2016, she started working with the Non-Violent Communication and the Breath Body Mind method with Patricia Gerbarg and Richard Brown. Her goal is to introduce all the tools she has gathered over the years to inspire and help all those interested using her gift and network in the ballet world for deep healing.

33 6 52 42 57 53



Akihito Iino

Doctor (child psychiatrist, pediatrician)

Shimada Ryoiku center (Institution for persons with severe motor and intellectual disabilities).

33 6 52 42 57 53
Facebook: Akihito EnoAkihito Iino


Mexico City and Cuernavaca

Andrea Rionda Jean

Yoga teacher and Gestalt therapist


New Zealand

Karl - Peter Mittermuller


South Africa

Jessica Cowan-Dewar, MSc, PhD Candidate

Currently investigating women’s fears of and experiences associated with HIV disclosure in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Yoga instructor with an interest in yoga for mental health (especially anxiety).



Lena Young

Author, artist



Lily Liaw

Motivated healer with advanced training in breathing techniques and specialization in YuanJi qigong. Enjoy inspiring others to improve wellness and committed to long term health goals. Self-Healing Association Founder, November 2015 - present.

Dedicated to promoting slow, relaxed, and peaceful breathing techniques Designed lesson plans based on qigong, an integration of physical postures, breathing techniques, and focused intentions 200+ students to date Green Advocates, Founder, Chairperson, 1996 - present Dedicated to promoting environmentally-friendly, safe, and healthy food as a means of improving health Educated members on the core philosophies of the company Homemakers United Volunteer, 1988 - Present.


United Kingdom


Helen-Jane Ridgeway

Integrative Psychotherapist and a Sensorimotor Psychotherapist, Group Analyst, Lecturer, Tutor

Integrative psychotherapy using the best of Eastern and Western practices for adults, young adults and families. Meditation practices, informed energy work (including Reiki and Belief Releases), B-B-M meditation and Aromatherapy. I hold group sessions once or twice weekly and individual sessions as requested in a professional and calm space.

(323) 251-6471

United States


Cecilia Fowler, Ed. S., NCSP

Cecilia is a school psychologist working with children and young adults. She enjoys supporting young people to better access their inherent compassion, wisdom, and connectivity. She integrates Breath Body Mind coherent breathing with yoga, mindfulness, and Nonviolent Communication.



Sarah Elizabeth Gunther

Sarah holds an MA in Psychology from Pepperdine University. As a researcher in neurogenetics at UCLA, she is dedicated to helping people reclaim their body, mind, and wellbeing through a combination of neuropsychology, the Breath Body Mind Coherent Breath Method, and Qigong. She works one on one, holds workshops, and helps guide corporate wellness.



Beatrix Krause, PhD

Los Angeles, CA

Beatrix is a neuroscientist at the department of psychiatry at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA). She works on the neuroscience of mind-body intervention and breathing in geriatric depression, including yoga, tai chi, and breathing techniques. In addition, she is a yoga teacher and aims to incorporate the Breath Body Mind techniques from the teacher level 1 into both her research, yoga classes and personal practice and development.



Irene Lara, PsyD, LCSW

Long Beach, CA

3939 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 208, Long Beach California

B-B-M Certified, Reiki Master Integrative Psychotherapy
Integrative Psychotherapist and a Sensorimotor Psychotherapist, Group Analyst, Lecturer, Tutor



Linda Martin, MSEd

Linda is a Reiki Master and a Brennan Healing Science Practitioner who is currently working with older adults in a nursing home.



Maureen Ridley

I am an environmental chemist by training, however as a result of a chronic health issue (Meniere’s Disease), I needed to find my own solutions. The Breath Body Mind practice was a major part of my successful recovery. This practice is an incredibly powerful tool that reduces stress, anxiety and provides a much needed level of calmness as an antidote to our very busy lives. I specialize in teaching children and teens.


Taya Varteresian DO, MS

Dr. Varteresian is board certified in geriatric and adult psychiatry. She works for the LA county Department of mental health and is on voluntary faculty at the University of California Irvine. She realizes the limitations of traditional medicine and sees mind-body practices as essential to health and wellbeing.



Cynthia Woelfel

PhD., Bilingual Clinical Psychologist

Working with Children, adolescents and adults with trauma, depression, bipolar and anxiety and ADHD.

(714) 505-1810


District of Colombia

Kate Quinn Stewart

Master of Acupuncture (M.Ac.) Nurturing Spirit Acupuncture

1633 Q St. NW, Suite 200, Washington D.C. District of Colombia

I provide gentle, holistic acupuncture treatments for patients with a wide variety of health conditions including asthma, allergies, digestive issues, headaches, women's health issues, and musculoskeletal pain. I specialize in helping people with stress-related conditions, depression, anxiety, and PTSD, women seeking support for fertility and prenatal wellness, and patients undergoing cancer treatment. I teach my patients B-B-M techniques to help them enhance the benefits of their acupuncture treatments and to empower them with tools they can use anywhere, anytime to relieve stress and support their physical, mental, and emotional health.





Karen Breakstone, MD

Psychiatrist at Miami VA; student of Coherent Breathing



Pamela K Kebrdle Ph. D

Hollywood, FL

Clinical Psychologist. Sheridan Executive Center 3475 Sheridan Street., Suite # 309 Hollywood FL 33021



Nancy Sinton

Yoga Therapist, E-RYT 200 Yoga For Your Health

Orlando, Florida

Private and small group yoga therapy sessions using a combination of breathing exercises and relaxation/meditation techniques to improve physical and emotional health.




Julia Rusling

Episcopal Priest

Atlanta Georgia

Spiritual direction and Ignatian exercises.




Holly Sanger, Psy.D

Clinical Psychologist

Iowa City, Iowa

Specialize in working with adults suffering from depression, anxiety, trauma, DID, and couples therapy.




Clifford Trott, PhD

Clinical Psychologist

Working with veterans and military populations.




Lori Baker-Gurvitch, LCSW-C, LICSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Specialize in working with adult outpatient populations suffering with mood, anxiety and provides couples therapy.

(240) 687-5804


Amy V. Krulak, LCSW-C, MSW

4800 Roland Avenue, Baltimore Maryland

Provides holistic mental health treatment for people of all ages as they transition through life.

(410) 336-4271


Ralph M. McMenemy, LCSWC

Clinical Social Worker

Baltimore, Maryland

Working with adults providing mental health services.

(410) 299-9821



Cynthia Cohen, MSPH

4 Creamery Road, Great Barrington, Massachusetts 01230

Specializing in evaluating and placing young adults/adolescents in comprehensive alternative therapeutic programs, including wilderness and adventure therapy and alternative educational settings. Therapeutic tutoring and mentoring, support groups, parent support groups and individualized wrap-around services, primarily in the New York metropolitan area and the Berkshires. I integrate B-B-M techniques into my work with clients. I encourage other programs and therapists to lean about them as well.

(917) 754-5284


Andrew Geller PhD

93 Union St., Newton Center, MA 02459

I work with older adolescents, adults, and have a specialty working with couples. I pursued BBM training to add to my toolbox to address anxiety, depression, and stress related conditions.

Phone: 617-942-2000


Christie Newhart

Yoga Therapist IYT-500 700 Yoga Teacher

Lenox, Massachusetts

Provides yoga therapy for stress reduction and heals structural imbalances and offers wellness lifestyle practices.

(413) 446-7606


Edward H. Plimpton, PhD

Somatic Experiencing Practitioner

256 North Pleasant Street, #3A, Amherst, Massachusetts

I am a clinical psychologist specializing in children's anxiety orders, i.e. OCD, separation anxiety, selective mutism, phobias, panic disorder and social phobia and hair pulling. Anxiety disorders often 'keep company' with other problems such as ADHD, Bipolar and Autism-related conditions which require special consideration and are a frequent part of my work. I also see adults with OCD and panic disorders. My treatment approach involves a combination of cognitive behavior therapy and Somatic Experiencing Therapy. I utilize B-B-M techniques to strengthen the parasympathetic nervous system, which allows the body's natural healing ability to emerge.

(413) 253-1482


Marina Raye, MSW

44 Johnson Street, Fall River, Massachusetts 02723

In my work with clients in addition to talk therapy I utilize body/mind techniques including various forms of meditations, guided imagery and breath work. I work with individuals, couples and groups. On-line sessions are available through

(508) 496-6126


Shoshana R. Sokoloff, M.D.

Child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist

409 Main Street, Suite 123, Amherst, MA 01002

Phone: 413-256-0147


Jehiel Zif Ph.D

Israeli address: 91 Haiim Levanon St. Tel-Aviv, 69345


US address: 148 Pemberton St., Cambridge, Ma. 02140

Extensive consulting, training and managing background in many countries and academic institutions.

I have personal experience in the practices of Breathing, Qigong, Personal Strategy and Change Readiness. Together with my wife, Dr. Yael Zif, we are in the process of developing a program in these areas for people preparing for retirement, or in early stages of retirement.

(617) 492-6762


Dr. Yael Zif

Israeli address: 91 Haiim Levanon St. Tel-Aviv, 69345


US address: 148 Pemberton St., Cambridge, Ma. 02140

I received my doctoral degree at Boston University, in the School of Education in the department names: Humanistic, Developmental and Organizational studies.

I am teaching courses on “Team Building” at Tel-Aviv University, Executive Master in Public Health. I also teach experiential courses on “Leadership in the Global Village” at Hult International School of Business. I have extensive experience in training and development of managers in organizations. Together with my husband, Dr. Jehiel Zif, we are in the process of planning a program for people preparing for retirement, or in early stages of retirement to develop their infinite human potential for learning and joy.

(617) 492-6762



Arelys Hercules

Arelys has been committed to mind-body awareness and self-actualization for many years. She is nationally certified in therapeutic massage and bodywork, a yoga teacher, a dancer in various dance styles, and trained in many other mind-body disciplines. She works with the premises that the nervous system governs everything and that the body has the ability to heal itself. Using BBM coherence breathing in her personal and professional life makes perfect sense to her. BBM is an effective, easy, and delightful approach to promote healing and regulation of the nervous system.

(601) 951-7724



Colleen Loehr, MD


A Window is Where the Wall is Absent

Jefferson City Missouri

Staff Psychiatrist working with adults at State Hospital.


New Jersey

Suzanne Levy, MA, SEP, RYT, LMT, CPT, GMP

Somatic Experiencing Practitioner for Trauma Resolution
Licensed Massage Therapist
Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher
Integrative Certified Personal Trainer
Gyrotonic Methodology Practitioner
Create Equilibrium

275 Gregory Road, Franklin Lakes, New Jersey

Providing adjunctive mind-body therapies and somatic expressive modalities for mental health and medical professionals who want to offer their patients an integrative treatment plan. Specializing in pain management, post rehab and PTSD/trauma to victims of mass disaster (individuals and groups). I work with clients resistant to conventional treatments for chronic pain, fibromyalgia, repetitive injury, joint and muscular tension and syndromal patterns. I offer Integrative Healing Arts with an emphasis on Nervous System Regulation. Founder of an emerging nonprofit - Paths of Peace - offering wellness practices to survivors of genocide (Rwanda) and marginalized communities in the Kibera settlement of Nairobi, Kenya.

(201) 248-7200


Robert LoPresti, PhD

569 River Road, Fair Haven, New Jersey 07704

Wholistic-focused practice offering Somatic Experiencing, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Interpersonal Neurobiology, informed psychotherapy, EMDR, Brainspotting, Biofeedback, EFT, hypnotherapy, Imago Relationship Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and many others.

I lead an ADHD/ADD adult support group now in its 27th year... Specialties are in treating ADHD/ADD, PTSD, communication in families and couples, complicated grieving, complex trauma.

(732) 842-4553


New Hampshire

Rachel Holmes-Aidan

MA, Transformative Studies, Trauma Informed Leadership

Rachel's work is focused on the transformation of trauma into leadership. She is a serial entrepreneur, business and leadership coach and speaker who is passionate about prosocial leadership in both the for and not for profit spaces. She also work as a Conscious Social Change program facilitator in East Africa using a fusion of action based practice and B.B.M. Rachel also offers 1:1 and group programming in the U.S. If you are interested in connecting, please email:



New York

Patricia Nellys (Nell) Bard

LCSW Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Brookhaven and Watertown/Fort Drum

Support for military families, especially young children and their parents.

(631) 286-2340


Susan Blacker

Certified Kripalu Yoga Instructor

Saugerties, New York

Specializing in gentle, restorative and chair yoga practices.

(845) 246-5941


Clare M. Brown, MA, LPC, LCAT

Sol Stone

1003 Walnut St, Elmira New York

Director/Therapist at Eating Disorders PHP Integrates B-B-M practices in both individual psychotherapy and yoga/movement/meditation groups

(607) 426-1331


Cynthia Cohen, MSPH

2014 Frederick Douglas Blvd, Ste 187, New York, New York 10026

Specializing in evaluating and placing young adults/adolescents in comprehensive alternative therapeutic programs, including wilderness and adventure therapy and alternative educational settings. Therapeutic tutoring and mentoring, support groups, parent support groups and individualized wrap-around services, primarily in the New York metropolitan area and the Berkshires. I integrate B-B-M techniques into my work with clients. I encourage other programs and therapists to lean about them as well.

(917) 754-5284


Carolyn Cullen, Ph.D., MSW

901 Pelhamdale Avenue, Pelham, New York 10803

Individual and couples psychotherapy Dr. Cullen is also a graduate professor at Mercy College's School of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Dr. Cullen uses B-B-M techniques as tools to help individuals experiencing everyday stress, anxiety and trauma.

(914) 563-9955


Noelle Damon, LCSW-R, DAAEST

Holistic Psychotherapy

17 John St., Kingston, New York 12401

Noelle Damon is a psychotherapist in private practice who provides treatment, consultation, presentations and training on the topics of trauma, anxiety, stress reduction and restorative meditation. She is a contributing author to the book Speaking About the Unspeakable. She is a diplomate of the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress in collaboration with the National Center for Crisis Management, and a certified EMDR practitioner. She utilizes B-B-M trauma treatment as an integral part of her work. Since 1978 she has accrued years of working with individuals, families, community-supported organizations and disaster relief agencies. She was appointed to the Advisory Board of ClearCause in 2012, to assist families who have suffered loss of their children while overseas.

(845) 331-2552


Ron Hershey

Nationally board-certified in acupuncture and in Chinese herbal medicine. He is a graduate of Middlebury College in Vermont and Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (New York) from which he received his M.S. in Traditional Oriental Medicine. A former board member of the Acupuncture Society of New York, he is also a former Shiatsu practitioner and a former documentary film editor whose last project was Bill Moyer’s “Healing and the Mind” Series. Ron has been practicing acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine and nutrition for the past 15 years at East Mountain Acupuncture in Croton-on-Hudson and Cold Spring, NY, where he incorporates Vipassana meditation and Breath-Body-Mind Breathwork into his work with patients.



Robert M. Hertz, MD

2 Tower Place Executive Park, Albany, New York 12203

Treatment of Adult Psychiatric Disorders I have begun to teach Coherent Breathing in sessions to empower people to be able to feel that they have the capacity to manage their symptoms.

(518) 435-0070


Laura Himmelstein, LMSW, CHTP (certified healing touch practitioner)

Heavenstone Healing

Katonah, New York

Certified Healing Touch Practitioner and LMSW with a post masters certificate in Palliative Care, specializing in working with families impacted by life limiting illness, death and dying and bereavement. I coordinate the Caregiver Support Program and Healing Touch programs at a local hospital and hold caregiver support groups. Utilizing holistic evidence based practices, I work with individuals and families to help manage physical, emotional and spiritual pain and transitions. I utilize BBM techniques with patients, caregivers and staff in the hospital as well as with private Healing Touch clients.

(914) 320-7670


Marth Howden, LCSW, CASAC Addictions Counsellor

Specialize in working with people suffering from anxiety and depression. Also specialize in DBT treatment with Borderline patients.

(585) 272-1760


Fredlee Ann Kaplan, M.A., LCSW, LMFT

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, New York and New Jersey
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, New York
Licensed School Psychologist, New York
Individual, Couple and Family Psychotherapist, Private Practice, New York City 1976-present
Director, Gift of Life International, 2010 - present
Member of Rotary Club of New York
Prior experience includes Consulting Clinical Supervisor, Department of Psychiatry, Beth Israel Medical Center, New York City;
Director of Multi-Family Group Therapy Treatment and Training Program for Schizophrenia, Beth Israel Medical Center, Dept. of Psychiatry;
Psychotherapist and clinical supervisor, New Hope Guild Center for Psychotherapy;
Co-director, Lower Eastside Service Center, Methadone Maintenance Drug Treatment Center


Ellen Katzman, Career & Personal Development Coach

Stress Management Instructor

New York,y New York

As a seasoned executive life coach my expertise lies in career planning, development and transitions. Collaboration with the client entails self-assessment, and identifying ambitions, talents and skills. I facilitate exploration of obstacles opening pathways for clients to find solutions to achieve their goals. I mentor in areas such as job readiness, conflict resolution in the workplace, goal setting, stress management, motivation and time management. My work includes a specialty in stress management for seniors as well as for ADHD students with test anxiety. I incorporate B-B-M breathing, qigong, and meditation into my work with clients.



Alice Lombardo, BS Elementary Education, MA

Arts & Liberal Studies

Certified Trainer, Infinite Possibilities
Public School Teacher
Enrico Fermi School 17

158 Orchard Street, Rochester, New York

I am a sixth-grade teacher at an inner city public school. Many of my students experience trauma in their lives, some daily. Most do not know how to release this trauma induced stress which then results in behavioral issues in the classroom and prevents all students from experiencing a safe learning environment. I explicitly teach students the Breath, Body and Mind techniques which we use daily in class. Students are reluctant at first, but soon join little by little. Impacts of having BBM tools at their disposal have been positive. The amount of inappropriate behavior exhibited by students has been reduced. Students feel empowered to control their inner turmoil, those feelings that had controlled them in the past. Students share these techniques with family members as well. My stress levels are significantly reduced and I get to move, breath and meditate in the middle of our hectic day as well! I am also a certified trainer of “Infinite Possibilities,” a program which helps individuals see their great potential through visualizations, positive affirmations and meditation. We use this in the classroom to boost individual and group self-esteem as well as to formulate imaginative goals and create plans to achieve these.

(585) 654-7422


Amy Mahoney, MS, L.Ac.

Board Certified Herbalist
Founder & Executive Director Peaceful Minds
A Wellness Center for Combat Veterans

P.O.Box 232, Atlantic Beach, New York 11509

The quest of Peaceful Minds is to offer effective treatment to those who have served our country and are now struggling to integrate back into the life they knew before. As a nonprofit, community wellness center, we offer services at no charge to combat veterans. We particularly welcome OEF/OIF veterans. Our services offered include: acupuncture, Reiki, yoga and meditation, Chinese herbal medicine and Combat Support Groups.

(516) 395-7007


Susanne McIntyre, Ph.D.

545 Saw Mill River Road, Suite 3C, Ardsley, New York

Psychotherapy for children and adolescents, parenting, stress management and DBT skills training. I integrate B-B-M techniques in my work with clients who are working on anxiety reduction, stress management and emotional awareness.

(914) 478-4461


Susan McKillop, BSN RN

I live and work in NYC. I am a Pediatric Nurse, Reiki Master, Certified Meditation Specialist, and Level 1 BBM teacher. Looking to offer services to any trainer in the area that needs a helper with BBM classes. In particular working with children with ADHD, Anxiety and Asthma.


Lorraine McMullin

Breath-Body-Mind Certified Teacher
Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) Advanced Level Facilitator
BA in Sociology, SUNY-Buffalo


McMullin Trainers

24 McMillen Place, Delmar, New York

McMullin Trainers provides training for individuals, groups, organizations, businesses and educational facilities on many topics including:
Breath~Body~Mind for Mindfulness, Focus, Stress Reduction and Trauma Recovery
Wellness Recovery Action Plans (WRAP) for Individuals, Groups and Organizations
Trauma-Informed Care
Trauma Recovery
Vicarious Trauma
Mental Health Resiliency
Engagement in Services
Stress Reduction for Work or Life
Impact of Family Homelessness
Parenting Children and Adolescents with Emotional and Behavioral Challenges

(518) 339-9341


Elizabeth Meeker, PsyD, Clinical Psychologist

Chief, Child & Family Services
Monroe County Office of Mental Health
Director, Training and Practice Change, CCSI
Coordinated Care Services, Inc. (CCSI)

1099 Jay Street, Building J, Rochester, New York 14611

CCSI provides training and implementation support on topics designed to help organizations understand, implement and sustain practices aimed at improving the way care is provided. Our training team members have experience working directly in clinical or program settings, so they combine deep content knowledge in their particular areas of expertise, with a solid appreciation for the challenges associated with learning and implementing new ways of delivering services in "real world" settings. In addition, in partnership with our Quality Improvement Team, CCSI can also offer practical ways for organizations to assess the impact of their training investment on care quality and outcomes.

I provide training and consultation to programs and agencies on trauma and integrating trauma informed practices into service delivery. As a part of that work, I provide self-care workshops for staff which has included teachers, other school staff, mental health providers, and human services providers. I have introduced B-B-M techniques into the workshops providing psychoeducation about stress and vicarious trauma and how coherent breathing can be used a daily practice to support resilience and wellness. B-B-M techniques have also been taught directly to youth enrolled in programs. I also maintain a private practice working with children, adolescents and young adults, and have teach clients B-B-M techniques to cope with anxiety, depression and trauma.

(585) 753-2680


Madeline Michaels, LMT, LDHS

Bodyfeelgood Studio
Energy of Healing

353 East 78th Street, New York City, New York

Madeline is a hands-on healer and massage therapist for over 25 years. Her holistic approach involves the participation and education of the client with Ondamed Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Resonance (PEMF), Energy Healing, Massage/Bodywork, and Enzyme Nutrition for the relief of chronic pain and deep relaxation. Currently Madeline uses B~B~M guided breathing and meditation techniques in her one-on-one sessions. She also hosts small classes in her uptown east side location once a month.

(212) 369-1992


Melanie Miller, LCSW

138 West 25th Street, Suite 802-B6, New York, New York 10001

I work with adults and specialize in life transitions related to careers, relationships, illness/disability, and the accompanying feelings of depression, anxiety, and unresolved trauma that often arise or are exacerbated during transitions. I integrate a broad range of psychotherapeutic techniques, including mindfulness, mind-body and energy psychologies, and use of breathing, meditation, and qi gong.



Marilia Neves, PhD

Dr. Neves is a licensed clinical psychologist in New York, Connecticut and Florida. She is an assistant professor of the Department of Oncological Sciences and the Department of Psychiatry at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Dr. Neves dedicated her career to the wellness of patients with various chronic and debilitating medical problems, specially cancer. Her current practice is at Dubin Breast Center of Tisch Cancer Institute at Mount Sinai Hospital where she provides a wide range of psychological services to women, men, couples and families affected by breast cancer.

Dr. Neves is also available to see private clients in Stamford, CT and New York City. Her contact number is (917) 434-8873.


Sugi Pickard, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Specialize in working with clients with anxiety, depression, PTSD/trauma and adjustment disorder.

(518) 424-7291


Leide Porcu, PhD

Licensed Psychoanalyst
Academy of Cognitive Therapy Diplomate
Psychotherapy and Consultations
English, Spanish, French, and Italian

(212) 929-77240


Laurie Pyburn, MSCCC/LP Speech Language Pathologist

Registered Yoga Teacher
Social Work Student

Irvington, New York

(914) 548-4386


Carol Ritter, PhD

Carol Ritter, Ph.D., is a retired clinical psychologist with 28 years of experience in treating trauma. She worked for the New York City Police Department, the Veterans Administration, and other federal agencies. She currently teaches Qigong in Fairfax County, VA, and is a certified Robert Peng Qigong Instructor. She also practices Qigong healing and was trained and certified by Master Robert Peng. She has been teaching various forms of breathing for many years, with a current focus on Breath Body Mind. She is a Level 1 instructor in that model.



Hetal Sheth

Resident in Psychiatry (4th Year)



Bob Silverstein, MA, LCSW

49 West 12th St., #1D, NYC New York

Bob Silverstein brings over 25 years of experience as a psychotherapist/counselor, crisis manager, organizational change consultant and executive coach to his clients. He has served as both a planner and trouble-shooter for management and employees before, during and/or after a worksite disruption that traumatically affects members of the workforce. He addresses issues such as terrorism, natural disasters, downsizing, reorganization, strike, and workplace crisis (including employee death or crime). Previously, Bob served as the Clinical Director of the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation employee Assistance and Trauma Intervention Program and as a consultant with Partners International, where he implemented intervention and planning services, employee and management consultation, and training to their client companies, in response to the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001.

Bob has appeared on CNBC and NewsTalk Television. He has published in HR Focus and is a sought after presenter to professional and business groups. He received his M.S.W. from the Hunter College School of Social Work in 1980. Bob has also been trained in a variety of psychotherapy, crisis and trauma techniques, including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD) and Breath, Body, Mind Breathing Meditation.

(212) 989-8647


Sasha Soreff

Dance educator

NYC, New York

Offers weekly open dance classes to adult beginners and advanced beginners. B~B~M techniques are incorporated into this class, which includes a warm up, stretching and the opportunity to learn and practice dance phrases in a safe, fun environment. Individual and group movement instruction also offered to people of all ages, levels of movement experience and physical abilities.



Zitta Zohar, BS, MS, DMA

205 West 57th Street, New York City, New York

As a professional musician, having worked in mentoring some sterling talents, I came to the inescapable conclusion that in many cases, failing in a concert situation is rarely due to lack of preparation, but rather to the withholding of the breath as a result of anxiety and habit. The performance suffers, but it can also become a fertile ground for injuries.

Working with coherent breathing is beneficial on many levels: new awareness, ability to be present for longer periods of time and a new clarity of artistic vision.

(917) 733-7011


North Carolina

Carlson Theodore, MS Counselling, LPCA, BCIA Certification


Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Certified in Neurofeedback. Specializes in working with children with ADHD/ADD, trauma, Autism, Anxiety and Depression.

(919) 240-9192



Dianne Hill, LMSW Social Worker

Athens Pennsylvania

Social worker at the Elmira Psychiatric Centre and she works with children and adolescents.

(607) 329-4495


Kathryn Morrissey-Burch, MA LPC Clinical Psychologist

Sayre, Pennsylvania

Working at the Elmira Psychiatric Centre working with Children and Adolescents with mental health. Also has a private practice working with adults and children.

(607) 857-9235


Sherry G. Rubin, LCSW, RYT

Counseling and Yoga for Healing and Growth

50 W Welsh Pool Road, Suite #4, Exton, Pennsylvania 19335

(610) 873-0815


Gail P. Steele

B.S. - Biology - University of Pennsylvania
M.A. - Genetics - Temple University


Herbal GPS

37 Mayflower Road, Levittown, Pennsylvania

As a Senior Consultant with Herbalife for over 15 years, I design diet programs specific to individual needs. Herbalife programs and products benefit people of all ages in their need to gain better health and welfare in their lives. As your "Herbal GPS", I can help you navigate your path to better health.

I do relaxation therapy to help clients better handle everyday stress and strain through hands-on touch. I incorporate Coherent Breathing to increase clients' ability to remain calm in their ever-increasing stressful lives, and to better enable them to be prepared for the unexpected and think more clearly.

(215) 612-0229



Louise Binette, LCMHC, R-DMT, MA

Certified KMP Analyst/Professor

Integrative mental health counseling for children, adults and couples, applying holistic and evidence-based approaches. EMDR therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for couples and individuals; e.g. treatment for trauma/PTSD, stress management, mood disorders, attachment and relational challenges, rehabilitation and chronic illness. Yoga/Meditation (200hrs) and B-B-M for anxiety, depression and trauma counseling. Dance/Movement Therapist and KMP Analyst for individuals, dyads and groups, combining B-B-M to the KMP and D/MT; e.g. seniors; stroke patients.

(413) 884-3685


Jeff Martin, Ph.D Clinical Psychologist

Specialize in child and Family trauma.

(802) 425-4319



Patricia Leigh Powell, LPC

Masters - Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
(State of Virginia)

Co-owner of Lotus Healing LLC
1901 Denniston Avenue, SW
Roanoke, Virginia 24015

Mind/Body approaches to individuals, couples and families Incorporating Breath-Body-Mind techniques; Music Evoked Imagery (classical music to access resources from the unconscious)

Acutonics (using vibrations with tuning forks Tibetan bowls) Mandala Assessment Research Instrument (using mandala work to access unconscious for therapeutic work) Hypnotherapy - certified by American Society of Clinical Hypnosis

(540) 989-7700 ext 2
Listed under Therapist Directory - Psychology Today


Kate Quinn Stewart, M.Ac., Master of Acupuncture

The Teal Center for Therapeutic Bodywork

4001 N. 9th St., Suite 230, Arlington, Virginia 22203

I provide gentle, holistic acupuncture treatments for patients with a wide variety of health conditions including asthma, allergies, digestive issues, headaches, women's health issues, and musculoskeletal pain. I specialize in helping people with stress-related conditions, depression, anxiety, and PTSD, women seeking support for fertility and prenatal wellness, and patients undergoing cancer treatment.

I teach my patients B-B-M techniques to help them enhance the benefits of their acupuncture treatments and to empower them with tools they can use anywhere, anytime to relieve stress and support their physical, mental, and emotional health.

(703) 522-7637


Washington D.C.

Wendy Davis, MA, LPC, CEAP

District of Columbia Washington D.C.



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