Jennifer Wohl Counseling

Mindfulness Practices

Mindfulness is the ability to stay present to what is happening in each moment, without judgment. It does not mean being passive, having no feelings about anything, daydreaming, or being checked out. It simply means to be aware. With awareness we have choice. With choice we have freedom.

I am a student and practitioner of Hakomi -- a mindfulness-based, somatic psychotherapy. Using this form of therapy, I help clients increase their awareness of their inner experience so that they may be free from the tyranny of their own patterned behaviors, thoughts, and feelings.

To learn more about Hakomi, visit The Hakomi Institute.

“To pay attention, this is our endless and proper work.” Mary Oliver