Has a major change brought chaos into your life, leaving you wondering if you’re going crazy? As you grasp for some control or reassurance, have you:
– Been sad and/or angry
– Experienced worry
– Had tension headaches or other physical symptoms
– Made decisions or said things you regret
– Withdrawn from friends and family
– Feel exhausted or even sick
– Questioned who you are or what your life is about
I am passionate about working holistically with people who see chaos as an opportunity for healing and transformation.
I work with teens, adults, couples and families who seek:
– Deeper, more satisfying relationships
As you share your story and receive empathy and acceptance, you can begin to exhale and make peace with the situation and yourself. As partners, we’ll identify your strengths and needs then empower you with the skills to live into your values and dreams.
Our work will be holistic, combining psychology and systems theory with the arts of compassionate communication, perennial wisdom, mindfulness and simplicity. We will also explore mind-body connections, and the role your relationship to spirituality and nature can play.
Here is what a few previous clients have said about our work together:
“Thank you for all your help. You have a wonderful disarming warmth to your style.”
“…I noticed great improvement in my stress level and felt better than I had in years.”
“I am really excited about the progress I’ve made here.”
Donna Sigl-Davies is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (PCC-S) with 20 years of experience in the fields of mental health, juvenile justice, non-profit and higher education. She serves as adjunct faculty at University of Dayton and the Methodist Theological School. In addition to providing therapy and teaching, she facilitate groups, workshops and retreats and supervises counselors in training.
3rd Party Payment is accepted. Reduced fees are also available.
Daytime, evening and weekend hours are available.
For more information about Donna’s work, the following PDFs are available to download:
- “Strengthening Families”
- “How to get the most out of Couples Counseling”
- What do my medical symptoms have to do with counseling?
Holistic Counseling offers an empowering place for healing and wholeness. Wholeness goes beyond seeking an absnece of symptoms to experiencing peace, serenity, joy and meaningful relationships. In holistic counseling, sessions differ from traditional forms of psychotherapy, and might involve:
– Using story to explore your beliefs and to honor our journey
– Opening your heart and communication to more compassionate
– Awakening to mind-body connections through breath work & movement exercises
– Exploring spirituality, meaning, gratitude, intention, mindfulness & simplicity
– Expanding your relationship with nature for relaxation, grounding and inspiration
– Developing your awareness of your strengths and resources
– Clarifying your values and how you want to contribute to the world
– Collaborating with other professional service providers upon your written permission
Donna Sigl-Davies, PCC-S
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: (614) 505-7561 x211