Staff Introductions – Lanae Hall
I am delighted to be joining the Wholeness Healing team! I graduated with my bachelor’s in psychology through Bellevue University in June 2015 and then completed my master’s in clinical counseling through Bellevue University in November 2018. I will be in the Grand Island office and look forward to serving the Grand Island community.
My most recent work experience came through working in Intensive Family Preservation and Intensive Family Reunification programs. In this position, I had the opportunity to work with a diversity of families and individuals with a variety of mental health and family functioning concerns and needs, including teaching nurturing parenting skills and identifying coping skills.
I am also a certified yoga teacher. My specialty is the art of yoga nidra (“yogic sleep”), a practice that combines meditation, mindfulness, and deep holistic relaxation. I live in Hastings with my four children, ages 14-8, and enjoy spending time with them and learning from them. I am an avid reader and learner, particularly topics related to yoga, meditation, mindfulness, and spirituality, and have a passion for writing. I enjoy swimming, running, conversation time with friends, playing the piano, and being involved in volunteer service in the community.
As a therapist, my deepest intention is to be present with people, meeting them where they are and mirroring their innate state of belovedness and wholeness. I believe that everyone has their own path toward healing and wholeness, as well as the capacity to shape life stories, and it is an honor to share in that journey of self-discovery and renewal.
I have interest in the areas of depression, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, trauma, attachment, grief/loss, and spirituality/existential concerns, as well as a desire to work with those in the LGBTQ+ community.Tags: lanae hall
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Provisional Licensed Mental Health Practitioner
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