Her.HQ + Dallas Healing House - Midweek Chill
- Her.HQ 750 North St. Paul Street Dallas United States (map)
Date: Wednesday, March 13
Location: Her.HQ at CENTRL Office - 750 N. St. Paul St., Ste. 200
Join Her.HQ and Dallas Healing House for a midweek chill session on Wednesday, March 13.
Anna Zapata, LPC, RYT from Dallas Healing House will guide us through a restorative meditation, followed by a wellness workshop and discussion led by Rachel Tweed, LPC, LMT.
Grab a friend and bring a mat – no thoughts required. We can’t wait to chill out together!
Small bites, wine, beer and Holy Kombucha will be served post meditation. Space is limited.
About Dallas Healing House: Dallas Healing House is an organization built on the belief that we can all benefit from good quality therapy, evidence based client services, and a holistic perspective to healing. We are grateful to have a group of experienced and ethical counselors, with loving, fun spirited, and creative mindsets. It is our hope that this energy touches each one of our clients and those in our community.
About Anna Zapata, LPC, RYT: Anna is a Licensed Professional Counselor, an EMDR practitioner, and the owner of Dallas Healing House. Anna completed her Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of North Texas, and her background is in working with adult survivors of trauma. Anna is passionate about working with individuals going through the toughest of life's challenges such as sexual assaults, witnessing a traumatic event, violent crimes, loss of loved ones, divorces/ break ups, and accidents. She believes in the resilience and innate inner resources of each individual and is committed in helping you nurture self-awareness, change unhelpful beliefs, and process through anything keeping you from reaching your desired state of wellness.
About Rachel Tweed, LPC, LMT: Rachel is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Massage Therapist. Rachel completed her Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of North Texas. She received her Certificate of Massage at Parker University. Her work focuses on survivors of secondary trauma, including mental health professionals, teachers, and first responders. Rachel believes that individuals are the experts in their own experience and challenges clients to look within to address therapeutic goals. As a therapist, Rachel looks to walk beside and support each client as they work towards desired changes in their lives.