Reiki has come to receive much acclaim and recognition for its effectiveness as a powerful healing instrument. Reiki therapy is a holistic, gentle energy work process that assists in physical, mental and emotional healing. It is a simple, effective and powerful method of natural healing. Sessions provide a relaxing, soothing healing environment that ensures comfort and peace during your healing. This relaxed, peaceful state helps to contribute to our emotional, physical, and mental healing.
More recently, researchers have begun to more formally evaluate Reiki’s effectiveness in healing a number of different things. Reiki is now being offered in hospitals and other clinical settings to help cardiac patients following heart attacks, cancer survivors during their recovery, and many other conditions. Reiki has also been valued as a complement to psychotherapy and in alleviating depression, anxiety, effects of trauma, and reducing stress.
Our Advanced Practitioner Second Degree Usui Reiki course offers knowledge of and attunement to the the sacred Reiki symbols, allowing us to not only heighten our connection to the Reiki energy, but to provide more potent and distant healing sessions as well.
Dr. Sally Nazari is a licensed psychologist practicing in the Hudson Valley of New York City. Following her practice as a master's level social worker, she went on to attain master's and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology with distinction. She is certified in Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for PTSD as well as in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) with a strong passion for working with survivors of trauma and marginalized populations. In particular, Dr. Nazari has trained and worked at the NJ, MD, and NY Veteran's Affairs hospitals focusing on empirically supported treatment of combat, military sexual, and recurrent trauma. She has also been invited to author multiple publications in Tier 1 peer-reviewed journals, 17 internationally recognized professional presentations, and hold leadership positions within professional organizations. Dr. Nazari has also been a sought out featured speaker and trainer in such facilities as the New York Presbyterian Hospital, Helen Hayes Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital, law enforcement communities across three states, and school districts on a variety of topics. Additionally, she is a topic expert within the Good Therapy community and has been interviewed in multiple international media outlets. She also contributes regularly to two regional publications and is currently authoring a book as well as broadcasting a podcast.