Our group practice offers unique psychotherapy services that blend a variety of complementary healing modalities. Our blend of therapy is where modern science, the arts, and the ancient wisdom of yoga join forces to help us to have a holistic approach to our work and meet our clients where they are. If you want support for every layer of your being- body, mind, emotions, wisdom, and spirit, we are your integrative team!
We’re big believers in the power of community and integrative care! This has led us to having offices in two wonderful Healing Arts Centers. These unique locations allow our clients (and us!) to have easy access to a variety of powerful services from kind, highly qualified professionals. We often work with these other holistic practitioners, collaborating on care for any client who would benefit from a team approach.
967 Swedesford Rd, Suite 100, Exton PA, 19341
860 E Swedesford Rd, Suite 200, Wayne, PA 19087
(Across the street from the King of Prussia Town Center)
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Holistic Psychotherapist, Yoga Therapist, Reiki Master
In her work with clients Kanjana offers an evidence-based blend of traditional Western psychotherapy & neuroscience and ancient Eastern comprehensive yoga therapy. Kanjana’s mission is to empower clients to tap into their unique strengths and live a full life based on their values.
In addition to her therapy practice, Kanjana facilitates workshops on yoga therapy for mental health and co-leads The Body Compassion Project Retreats and Renew Retreats across the country. She has years of experience training healthcare professionals (CEUs offered), support staff, and groups of clients in a variety of topics related to yoga and mental health. Kanjana also works part-time at Temple University as a meditation and yoga therapist- offering adjunct yoga therapy sessions, developing yoga therapy for mental health classes, and researching the results.
Kanjana is a LCSW (licensed clinical social worker), C-IAYT (certified yoga therapist), Certified Compassion Fatigue Professional (CCFP), and Reiki Master. She received her MSW from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. After a few years in hospice and outpatient counseling, she decided to pursue yoga teacher training and Comprehensive Yoga Therapy training from the YogaLife Institute, to enhance her ability to address the connection between physical, spiritual, and mental health concerns. Kanjana’s Reiki and meditation training began about 10 years ago while living at a Rinzai Zen Temple in Japan, and she has since received specialized training and certificates in CBT, Reiki Level I-III, Mindful Resilience, Meditation, Yoga Therapy, and Yoga for: PTSD, anxiety/depression, trauma, chronic illness, cancer, healthy relationships, nutrition, pre/post-natal, stress reduction and more.
Comprehensive Yoga Therapy (CYT) is an individualized lifestyle approach to health and healing for the mind, body, and spirit. This modality incorporates somatic or body-oriented therapy which can be a powerful way for clients to access challenging feelings and memories that they may not otherwise be able to verbalize. One of the safest ways to utilize CYT as a healing modality is to pair it with traditional therapy. As a trained psychotherapist and yoga therapist, Kanjana is able to do this by helping clients to make sense of thoughts, feelings, and memories that come up during the use of CYT tools and guiding them as they process these experiences for healing and growth. Those tools can include yoga poses, individualized sequences, breath work, relaxation, meditation, mindfulness, nutrition, healthy goal setting, and creative expression through the arts or movement.
Licensed Social Worker, Registered Yoga Teacher, EMDR Provider
Licensed Social Worker, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Provider
Although mental health challenges can motivate people to seek help, Ken knows that every person is so much more than the difficulties they’re experiencing. Ken believes that therapy can powerfully transform people, helping them clarify their values and strengths so they can draw upon them in their daily lives. Using mindfulness and compassion-based skills, Ken helps people develop more emotional freedom and flexibility so they can move toward change, growth, and healing.
Ken is especially committed to working with people experiencing substance use disorders, recovery, relationship issues, death and dying, grief and loss, anxiety, and depression. Ken has masters degrees from West Chester University and Yale University.
More coming soon! Stay tuned!