Our Mission Statement
Nourished Soul Center for Healing’s mission is to empower people suffering from eating disorders, trauma, depression and anxiety OCD, substance use, and women’s issues, to:
Break free and heal from destructive behaviors, beliefs, thoughts and relationships.
Achieve a positive, more resilient self-identity built on hope, personal meaning, and compassion for self and others.
Live a fuller, more joyful life by working to improve the things they can change and making peace with what they cannot.
Achieve a greater sense of well-being in mind, body and spirit.
Our Core Values
We strive to be the best clinicians we can be by putting our whole hearts into the work we do, practicing with competence, staying in our scope of proficiency, and providing services that are in-line with current research and treatment best-practices. We seek to continually grow and are committed to life-long learning as professionals and as people.
Hope acknowledges the reality of difficult circumstances while also holding the belief that things can get better. Hope rejects the idea that we are helpless and gives us the resilience to work through the hard stuff. Like a lifeguard keeping someone else afloat, we hold that hope for clients when they don’t have it for themselves.
It is important to us that our decisions and actions display a consistent commitment to moral and ethical values. We’re honest, transparent and dedicated to doing what’s best for our clients, community and our company.
The foundation of our work is a deep sense of empathy for the difficulties and suffering our clients entrust to us. We believe that struggling and living imperfectly at times is a shared human experience for all of us, and that offering compassion for ourselves and others in those times is a critical component of well-being.
We believe each client we serve and every staff person working on our team deserves to be treated with dignity and care. We strive to create an environment where everyone feels safe to express themselves without fear of being judged, shamed or discriminated against.
The work we do requires both our clients and us to face dark and difficult things, so we believe it’s important to make space for humor and fun to balance the heaviness of that work. We also believe that humor in and of itself can be a powerful force for healing and connection.