Integrated Mind-Body Wellness Service

Integrated Mind-Body Wellness Service goes beyond diet and excercise:

  • Spend the Day with Client in his/her home and/office (if desired)
  • Together with client develop a individualized Client-Centered & Goal-Driven Mind & Body wellness plan which can include the following areas:
  • Nutrition advisement (Healthy eating means more energy to play with your kids or take up hobbies). Grocery shopping, recipes provided as needed, guidance on having a healthy relationship with food rather than crash dieting.
  • Kicking bad habits (Quitting smoking , drinking less, or losing weight means adding more years onto your life).
  • Developing an achievable daily Psychical Exercise routine (means staving off chronic health problems). Enjoying good health and having the energy to effectively tackle daily tasks drives motivation and releases positive good mood endorphins.
  • Optimize home/workplace to comfort and proper Ergonomics: Working from home or office- Ergonomics is essential to make sure that your chair, desk, monitors and other devices are all at the correct height will prevent repetitive injuries, improve posture and increase your productivity. It is yet another essential piece of creating an environment that promotes wellness.

Wellness also has mental and social elements that are important to recognize and cultivate:

  • Mental Health:
    • Immediate, unbiased and professional Psychotherapy
    • Working towards enjoying supportive and loving relationships
    • Developing a sense of work or hobby purpose: Liking what you do each day and feeling motivated to work towards goals
    • Video/Telephone Sessions available for clients disposal

** Meet with client 1x/week for first month; depending on needs of clients can meet 2x/week. Ongoing communication via phone calls, video chats, text, & e-mail as needed.

Reasons to utilize the Concierge Mind-Body Service:

Life Transition:

  • Separation and Divorce
  • Grief
  • Career Change
  • Personal Growth
  • New Mothers
  • Stress/Weight Management
  • Community engagement/reintegration


  • Couples Therapy & Marriage Solutions Focused Psychotherapy
  • Child and Adolescent Concerns (weight management, emotional concerns needed to be addressed)
  • Parenting support
  • Emotional concerns

Busy Executives and/or Financially Sound Individuals that require individualized attention within an always secure and discreet environment catered to his/her lifestyle needs.

How you decide to structure your wellness program, which areas of wellness you choose to focus on and the scope of your goal-oriented program will depend a lot on your personal commitment level. This is a manageable and realistic lifestyle plan of action developed together with client and Occupational Therapist/Mental Health Professional that will guide the client and nurture all aspects of their wellness. Ultimately, any step you take towards improving wellness will yield a valuable ROI to live your greatest life!



Goal Oriented Health Promotion

Clients will attend weekly meetings covering client-centered goal setting including: nutrition and physical activity goals, developing routines, and healthy habits. During each session clients will create weekly goals and then mindfully engage in an activity to increase goal retention. For example, during a dining out session clients learn how to use a food nutrition guide, and then the client practices ordering and eating a meal that meets his/her diet plan.

Emphasized Goal Setting

Occupational therapy can play an important role in helping people lose weight and choose health-promoting activities. We help people engage in everyday lives, and we really encourage them to explore all of the things that they might do on a regular basis that improves their overall state of wellness. Whether that be taking a walk with a friend, learning how to cook a healthy meal, or learning how to shop for nutritious food options on a budget, occupational therapy practitioners can promote wellness for their clients.

In terms of weight loss, many activities that you have to do are instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) for example: meal preparation, cooking, grocery shopping, and trying to create habits that are healthier than their existing habits and/or routines.

Occupational therapist are able to adapt the therapeutic program instruction to help clients realize their goals step by step with the overarching goal of practically applying it in their real lives.