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Deanna Waggy OTR
I am a Holistic OT with a private wellness practice that bridges traditional and complementary approaches through integration of the intersection points of various techniques. My calling in life is to bring healing and wholeness into the lives of others. As an Occupational Therapist with over 30 years experience, I facilitate self-responsibility for well-being and quality of life so clients can fully participate in purposeful everyday living. I use complementary approaches such as Zero Balancing, Process Acupressure, SEVA Stress Release, BodyTalk Access, Emotional Freedom Technique, Guided Imagery, Reiki and Relaxation Techniques to facilitate and support the healing process. As the designer of The BeWell Decks (Balance Resource Cards), I empower clients to restore health and well-being as they create personal daily self care routines.
I enjoy working with clients who are open to innovative treatment approaches, are motivated to get better and are willing to make lifestyle changes to achieve their goals. I have experience with MS, ADHD, hand therapy, breast cancer, mastectomy, trauma, fibromyalgia, stress, anxiety and chronic pain. In addition to Holistic OT, I am also a Spiritual Director and retreat facilitator who walks with clients on their Spiritual Path and connects with the Divine through mindfulness practices, sensory approaches, learning styles and various creative arts. I provide opportunities and resources to integrate whole brain learning and processing on their spiritual journey. I love to collaborate with other holistic health practitioners.
May you be well! Deanna