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Intuitive counselor Catrina Stiller joins Quakertown Wellness in Lewes

April 20, 2016

Quakertown Wellness Center practitioners welcome Catrina Stiller to their team. Stiller is an intuitive counselor and healer who is a licensed professional counselor of mental health in the State of Delaware. Highmark insurance is accepted. She is also a National Certified Counselor and is a member of the American Counseling Association and Therapy Dogs International.

Stiller brings a holistic approach to treatment, combining her skills of intuition, counseling, energy healing and training in mind, body and spirit practices. She has worked in the helping profession for close to 20 years, with a proficiency in mindfulness-based therapies including mindfulness-based relapse prevention and mindfulness-based stress-reduction. Stiller’s primary focus has been treating adolescents and adults with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, and/or stress-reduction; however, she is adept at treating most mental health conditions.

Stiller has also received training in animal-assisted therapies through Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association, and Therapy Dog International. In sessions, she will incorporate her registered therapy dog Curtis when appropriate. Stiller says, “My primary focus is to bring healing to the whole person. Curtis helps facilitate that process. He is very good at helping clients feel comfortable with sharing their thoughts and feelings with me.”

She is a certified Reiki Level Two Practitioner, as well, and has completed Laura Day's Intuitive Boot Camp - an intensive training in intuitive and healing modalities. She has also assisted Day as a healer during events in Atlanta, Ga., and Philadelphia, Pa.

Stiller strives to live a well-balanced, purpose-filled life and teaches her clients how to do the same. She enjoys traveling, meditating, doing yoga, writing and educating individuals of all ages on how they can improve their lives mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Her greatest pleasure comes from assisting others in their healing process and watching them awaken to the joy ever present in their lives.

Stiller offers small groups, workshops and individual services. She has published articles in OMTimes Magazine and will soon release her first children’s book, which presents some of her specific stress-reducing techniques in a way children can learn. Curtis is featured in the book.

While based at Quakertown Wellness Center, Stiller will provide services worldwide. For more information, go to www.catrinastiller.com or call 917-524-7803.