Upper Valley Integration Therapy offers an integrative approach to meet your needs and dreams for healing, health, and well-being.
Jackson collaborates with a wide variety of healthcare professionals (i.e. physicians, psychologists, physical therapists, dieticians, etc.) to provide you with the best possible therapeutic experience.
What Is Integration Therapy?
At Upper Valley Integration Therapy, we call our work “integration therapy” because our practice aims to serve you in your process of becoming whole.
Integration – the act or process of becoming whole.
Therapy – an intervention intended to relieve or heal a disorder.
Everything we do serves to integrate your nervous system – because everything you sense, perceive, feel, think, and believe is produced by your nervous system (i.e. your mind – from peripheral nerve to spine and brain).
That’s right, every muscle you flex and every thought you ponder is a product of your mind.
Principally, your mind performs three functions – sensation, cognition, emotion.
In integration therapy, we use both sensitive and cognitive interventions to therapeutically influence your emotions, reconditioning your mind so that you feel more integrated (i.e. healthier, happier, and whole) within your body.
Sensitive Interventions – manual and movement therapy
Cognitive Interventions – health education
Basically, our services are all about promoting neuroplasticity.
Neuroplasticity – the brain’s ability to adapt and reorganize itself by forming new neural connections throughout life.
By integrating the sensitive, cognitive, and emotional aspects of your mind, we resolve tension within your body, reducing the causes and effects of pain and dis-ease.
Our work together will invite you to recognize your physical adaptability, reclaim your perceptual resiliency, and know your inner and infinite integrity.
Essentially, you will learn to love what you embody, so that you may embody what you love.