Gerri (Geraldine) Framburg
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, ACHT, LCSW
- Years in Practice: 20+ Years
- School: Loyola University School of Social Work
- Year Graduated: 1997
- License No. and State: 149-008769 Illinois
- Avg Cost (per session): $90 - $120
- Sliding Scale: Yes
- Accepts Insurance: Yes
- Accepted Payment Methods: Cash, Check
Accepted Insurance Plans
- APS Healthcare
- Beech Street
- BlueCross and BlueShield
- Many plans accepted
- Certificate: EMDRIA/Certified EMDR Level II
- Certificate Date: 2008
- Certificate: Wellness Institute/Advanced Hypnotherapist
- Certificate Date: 2002
Gerri (Geraldine) Framburg's Groups
"Claiming Your Divine Inheritance" is an experiential 2-day group process that explores the intimate connection we have between the energy of Abundance and our feelings of worth, innerpeace, freedom, money and relationships. Participants will explore, heal and release behaviors that are blocking your flow of abundance and prosperity. This group will 1)learn processes for self discovery 2)identify what blocks your abundance 3)reconnect with your inner child to release sabotage and lack 4)reconnect with your creative self. AnamCaraInstitute.com for more details. Early registration is encouraged as this group fill quickly.
"Going Deeper on the Journey" is a woman's personal transformational group experience, for healing her self and her world at the deepest level. Healthy experiencial processes assist women to access answers from "sacred self" deep within. Women focus on creating what they DO WANT in their lives from a higher level of Consciousness, thereby reclaiming personal power. Group processes utilize body/mind, psycho-spiritual & chakra subtle energy education. The Master Mind Process is taught and woven beautifully into the sacred fabric of group energy, to support each woman's healthy desire to manifest her life's dreams.
"Tending the Garden of the Soul" is a six-week experiencial, psycho-educational woman's group, offered several times throughout the year for women committed to their personal growth, healthy living and healing loving relationships. Beautiful soul-full, interactive processes are weaved throughout. In this personal growth group, women build a stronger recognition with their "healthy self," by healing negative emotions and reconnecting with who they are in the world, as they journey with their compassionate loving heart. Group experiences include meditation, sharing, journaling, breathing & Heart Centered Hypnotherapy.
3233 North Arlington Heights Road
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60004
- Trauma and PTSD
- Chronic Pain
- Domestic Abuse
- Emotional Disturbance
- Relationship Issues
- Self Esteem
- Sexual Abuse
- Women Issues and Trauma Resolution
- Elderly Persons Disorders
- Mood Disorders
- Thinking Disorders
- Heart Centered Hypnotherapy
- Somatic Experience
- Trauma Focused
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