Dr. Anne Lewis Moore has a doctorate in clinical psychology. She is an integrative practitioner who pulls from several therapeutic models including interpersonal, humanistic, and cognitive behavioral with a focus on dialectical behavior therapy. She has been working in the field of psychology with women and issues relating to women since 1994. Practice focus is on wellness, effectiveness, and empowerment for the individuals served.
Dr. Anne Lewis Moore’s new manual, Living Joyfully In Our Bodies, offers an innovative way for all people, not just girls, from all walks of life to learn how to live in, appreciate, and treat our bodies with respect.
Nan Henson, Enneagram Coach
Nan Henson is an Enneagram Coach and a trained Riso-Hudson Enneagram Instructor. She studied at The Enneagram Institute in Stone Ridge, New York. Currently, Nan is enrolled in the Haden Institute to become a certified Spiritual Director which she believes partners seamlessly with the Enneagram. She uses both practices to work with individuals and organizations to help them understand themselves better. Using the Enneagram as a tool to see strengths and weaknesses, stumbling blocks and unique gifts, Nan has helped her clients become aware of habitual behaviors which stand in the way of becoming the whole person they were divinely made to be. This knowledge can have a radical impact on both personal and professional life and leads the way to a more peaceful, joyful and compassionate way to live.
Nan is passionate about this important work and offers individual sessions and workshops exploring:
An Introduction to the Enneagram
Your particular Enneagram Type
Parenting with the Enneagram
Relationships through the lens of the Enneagram (Pre-Marital, Couples, Families)
Karen Kallis is a play therapist and counselor for children and families, as well as a Positive Discipline educator. She received her Masters in Counseling from Georgia State University. She has worked with children, adolescents, and parents with diverse needs in schools and private practice. She uses play therapy techniques and practical approaches to growing real solutions together. Karen finds great joy in partnering with people as a gentle and grateful participant in helping people to overcome stuck places in their lives.
Her areas of interest are:
Karen Kallis is under the direction of Anne Moore and supervision of Amy Robbins.