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Nourished Nest Foundation Session Types - Holistic Healing

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Holistic Healing and Your Future

Holistic Mental Health Group will expand your toolbox of self-care. This group will look at how your lifestyle choices impact your mental health. Topics will include improving your sleep, intuitive eating, healthy at every size, joyful movement, attachment styles, and relationship boundaries.


Clients will learn about other therapeutic interventions they might want to pursue outside of the IOP including specialized therapy models, acupuncture, yoga, meditation, reiki, and other alternative therapies. Clients will learn about journaling, organizing, techno hygiene, and executive functioning skills.

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What is Holistic Healing?

Holistic health is a multifaceted approach to well-being that considers the interconnectedness of the body, mind, and spirit. Rather than focusing solely on physical symptoms or ailments, holistic health recognizes the importance of addressing all aspects of a person's life, including their emotions, beliefs, environment, and lifestyle choices. This approach emphasizes the integration of various complementary therapies, such as nutrition, exercise, meditation, acupuncture, and chiropractic care, to promote overall balance and harmony within the individual. By viewing health as a dynamic interplay of different factors, holistic health aims to not only alleviate symptoms but also to cultivate a state of optimal vitality and wellness.

Holistic Mental Health Care

Holistic mental health care takes a comprehensive approach to supporting mental well-being by considering the interconnected aspects of a person's life. It encompasses various therapeutic modalities and interventions that address not only symptoms but also the underlying factors contributing to mental health challenges. This approach recognizes the intricate interplay between physical, emotional, social, and spiritual dimensions of health. Holistic mental health care may include traditional psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral techniques, mindfulness practices, nutritional support, exercise, and complementary therapies such as acupuncture or yoga. By treating the whole person rather than just isolated symptoms, holistic mental health care aims to foster resilience, promote self-awareness, and empower individuals to achieve lasting mental wellness.

IOP Session Process

  • 2-hour small group sessions

  • Session topics include Recovery, CBT, Mindfulness

Group Sessions


  • Receive a plan for stepping down from IOP

  • Regular check-ins with the aftercare coordinator

Alumni Support

  • After you finish the program

  • Alumni support for ongoing growth

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