Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral sessions are offered for babies, children, and adults, to improve function and development in key areas of the body.

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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy sessions, for children and adults, help enable independence and function in the important activities of daily life.

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Breast Feeding Support

Breast Feeding Support

Support sessions include therapies to help struggling moms and babies have a comfortable and connecting feeding experience.

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Baby Groups

Baby Groups

In Baby Groups, we review essential activities for baby’s development in the company of other parents raising new babies.

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How Bek Can Help You and Your Child

Does your baby have difficulty breast feeding? Is your child experiencing sleepless nights or anxiety? Do you have headaches or back pain? Bek provides services that can help solve these issues, and more. Many things can interrupt development and function, and Bek knows how to help you pin down the cause, and treat it with a variety of therapeutic techniques.

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About Bek

Bek is an Occupational Therapist with a special gift in working with babies and kids. She provides therapeutic services with the perfect balance of science and heart. Her background in neuroscience, psychology, development, and pediatric occupational therapy gives you access to the information and support you need as a parent.

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Experience the Benefits

Schedule an appointment with Bek today, and experience the benefits of craniosacral therapy on your child's development and function.

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Recent Blog Posts

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    How Does Craniosacral Help with Breastfeeding?

    We all know that the birth process is pretty rough. Mom and baby work so hard to make birth happen, and in the process both are pretty beat up. As a body worker, I believe in the value of therapy
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    When Breast Feeding Doesn’t Work

    In my work with new babies I often hear moms say, ‘I never knew that breast feeding would be hard? I thought it would be automatically easy.’ For many babies and moms it is, but for some it take
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    Gauging Our Impact

    What are you putting into the world? How are you teaching compassion to your children? A concern I hear consistently from parents of kids with developmental differences and/or personality quirks