Integrative care supports both patient and provider

May 29, 2024 | Heather Irvin

I’m three months into my work as a therapist, and I’m like a new mother in love with my work/baby. My patients have touched my heart and enriched my soul.

I find I have particular interest in working with trans 🏳️‍⚧️ folks, with people who are grieving, with people who are considering expanding their families or who recently have, and with folks struggling with body image issues or isolation. I enjoy helping people deepen their connection to their inner selves.

I couldn’t imagine a better working environment than Omaha Integrative Care. Once, when the work I’d done with a patient left me holding pain in my heart and energy field, I was able to get OIC bodywork done immediately after, which was a huge relief.

I love being able to recommend the integrative experience to my patients, whether their nervous systems would benefit from yoga, Sound Bath, massage, or medication management. OIC feels like a great place to grow as a practitioner, and I feel so fortunate to have my colleagues to grow with, and our patients to collectively help reach healing.

Heather Irvin is a provisionally licensed mental health practitioner. She lives in Omaha, Neb., with her husband and 3-year-old daughter.

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