Cultivated Care is named such that the therapy I am able to provide has been cultivated through the inner workings and experiences alongside influential mentors, professors, co-workers, employers, spiritual affiliates, friends, family, and personal life experiences. The aggregate of these experiences help develop unique strategies I mindfully integrate into practice for optimal body, mind, and environmental sustainability.
The care I provide is comprehensive and has been mentored, evaluated, and practiced since 2004, through thousands of applied clinical hours, recognized by nationally accredited universities and institutions, some of which are: Saybrook University, Seattle Pacific University, Green River, Spokane Falls, Ashmead, Everest, Discovery Point, and Cortiva Colleges; resulting in multiple certifications and degrees including a Master degree in Clinical Psychology currently in doctoral internship, a Licensed Manual Therapist, a Master of Manual Ligament Therapy (MMLT), and a Certified X-Ray Technologist, among the other extra-curricular modalities listed on the services page.
Any information and/or education presented is meant to provision skills necessary to successfully live a sustainable lifestyle as it applies to integrative and inter-related mental, physical, and environmental systems.
Disclaimer: I do not guarantee results, nor do I claim to “cure” anything. Although my rate of success is very high, no two people are exactly the same and therefore outcomes can vary from person to person. I offer both FDA-approved and unapproved medical interventions/integrations. I provide what I believe to be sound education and physical rehabilitative therapy that can often lead to significant improvement in many body, mind, and spiritual conditions and ailments. The care I provide is meant to proffer individuals information and resources not otherwise readily available to the general public without professional training or higher education. Very little of the material I share is original to me; it is a synthesis of the most practical and useful ideas, techniques, and perspectives I’ve learned in my personal studies. It is always recommended to include your primary care physician/s with your current treatment plan/s. In addition, appointments are based on a first come first serve basis. There is also no guarantee of acceptance into any treatment practice. Each potential participant is asked to fill out a health intake questionnaire and on occasion, an evaluation appointment may be needed in order to further assess viability for treatment.
"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others."-Mahatma Gandhi