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Pamela Neimeth, LMSW, CRS - Associate Faculty for Somatic Psychology
Academic Statement (Return to top)
Pamela is a somatically trained psychotherapist with a long-standing interest in mind/body connections. As an early student of women’s studies her approach to counseling and therapy is one of collaboration, support and empowerment. Working as a counselor and advocate for trauma survivors she came to appreciate the importance of helping people re connect with their bodies. For the past 30 years she has been studying, practicing, exploring and teaching various types of body oriented therapies and activities such as; yoga, Rubenfeld Synergy, Trager Method, Feldenkrais, Structural Integration, Eriksonian Hypnosis, Continuum, Guided Imagery, and more. She is also a certified wellness counselor and believes that health, nutrition, breath and movement are all an important part of holistic healing.
Background & Experience
Education (Return to top)
-BA The Evergreen State College, Women’s Studies
-MSW Adelphi University
-CRS Rubenfeld Synergy Method
Academic Involvement at Prescott College (Return to top)