Treatment Team

Each prospective client begins with an assessment appointment with our Clinical Director, Sue Adams, to address treatment issues unique to each individual. Together, the client and the Clinical Director co-create a plan utilizing traditional and alternative therapies.

Ms. Adams works with the client’s primary care physician, as well as the staff at the Adams Center to coordinate services. In partnership with the client, treatment teams work conjointly and periodic evaluations are conducted to ensure that treatment goals are being met.

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Tools and Methods

• Psychotherapy (individual, group, family, couples)
• Nutrition Counseling
• Art Therapy
• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
• Body-Image Therapy
• Stress Management
• Meditation
• Trauma Recovery Program
• EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)
• Bodywork/JapaneseMassage (including Reiki)
• Mindfulness Based Eating Awareness Training
• Kripalu Yoga
• Tai Chi

Whole Being

Trama and anxiety are biological and physiological responses occurring within the nervous system. Body oriented practices, in alliance with more traditional therapies, are a meaningful adjunct to recovery. Progressive strategies pairing psychotherapy with somatic modalities address the sensory component of a disorder. The body has it’s own language, and by developing kinesthetic awareness, we become more attune to communicating with ourselves.

The Adams Center has developed an innovative somatic approach using EMDR and Reiki as a therapeutic model. Sue Adams, Psychologist Master, and Jodi Homann, CMT, Reiki Master/Teacher facilitate the Eating Disorders Therapy Group Incorporating Guided Imagery and Reiki twice a week. Jodi also leads a weekly Tai Chi class. Periodically, we offer Kripalu Yoga classes and Mindfulness Based Eating Awareness Training, taught by Laura Biron, MBA, RDN, CD.

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“Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit.” ~B.K.S. Iyengar