1 in 4 people around the world suffer from mental health conditions such as stress, anxiety, and depression.1
70% of adultsin the United States experience stressand anxiety daily, mostly interfering with their sleep.2
"42% using online therapy recovered from depression vs 26% with standard care.”3
Waking up your creativity… while you sleep? Can be done! Research shows creativity increases significantly by utilizing the subconscious information hidden in your dreams. Deirdre Barrett, Harvard University psychologist and author of The Committee of Sleep asserts, “In the sleep state, the brain thinks much more visually and intuitively.”Read more
Dreams have been a source of wisdom and mystery since human consciousness existed. For many years many of these cultures regarded dreams as prophetic “visions” or spiritual messages. Historically, dreams were messages that forecasted what was to come and had the potential to solve life’s dilemmas.Read more
Kate Dow, Phd is a psychologist with 30 years of experience in the field. She has been in private practice 23 years, helping people transform adversity into opportunities for growth.
Dr. Kate published a book Fear-Less:The Art of Using Anxiety to Your Advantage last year, that was an amazon best seller status across 11 categories.
She is currently focused on professional women's personal empowerment and spiritual development for greater life and business success. Dr Kate works worldwide online providing a variety of services as well as facilitating powerful in-person retreats. She is a mother of two college students, two dogs and her black cat Jack. She continues to be enchanted with living in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Aimee Barr, LSCW is a licensed clinical social worker with more than fifteen years of clinical experience. Aimee has practiced at Bellevue Hospital and Morristown Memorial Hospital, as well as housing corporations, employee assistance programs, Fortune 500 companies, schools, and other social service settings.
Aimee holds a BA in Psychology and Sociology from The University of Delaware and a Masters in Social Work from Fordham University. Additionally, she has completed advanced training at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies (NIP), taken courses in family therapy at Ackerman Institute for the Family, and has had extensive training in cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness.
As a Licensed Psychologist, Ashley currently owns a solo private practice specializing in psychological evaluations for companies, state and federal organizations, and the court system. Dr. Ashley Hampton teaches individuals how to begin, develop, and manage their own small business, like a solo private practice. She also writes and publishes fiction and nonfiction novels and teaches others how to navigate the publishing world. Her current mission is helping successful women entrepreneurs boost productivity and improve mindset to create a better work-life balance.