Season's Practice launches women health and wellness solutions in Northeast Ohio

Season's Practice has opened its doors to women in Northeast Ohio who are seeking alternative health and wellness solutions to improve their overall health and well-being. The new company offers various modalities, including art therapy and guided imagery, acupuncture, chiropractic, individual therapy, group therapy, medication management, nutrition therapy, and relationship therapy. The Season's Practice name refers to the multiple stages or "seasons" in every woman's life and the various mental and emotional challenges that accompany each new season. Kathi Jankura, Executive Director of Season's Practice, explains the business this way: "Season's Practice is unlike any other women's healthcare practice in Northeast Ohio. We complete the circle of care for women by picking up where medical doctors leave off. For example, a woman who has been treated unsuccessfully for infertility may struggle for years with feelings of grief and loss. We can help that woman work through her unresolved issues using a variety of modalities, such as individual counseling, group therapy, or even art therapy and guided imagery, and help her reach a healthier state of mind more quickly than if she tried to do it on her own."

Season's Practice also offers women a wide variety of group therapy workshops and events throughout the year. Subjects include premarital counseling and testing, parenting your elderly parents, weight loss management, art therapy and guided imagery, acupuncture and facial rejuvenation, and more. A calendar of groups and events is available in the News & Events section of the Season's Practice website.

The staff at Season's Practice consists of licensed professionals and experts in art therapy, acupuncture, chiropractic, psychology, psychiatry, and nutrition. Their experience allows them to treat dozens of issues common to women, such as adult ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, infertility, menopause, insomnia, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), relationship issues, career issues, and many more. Says Jankura, "Season's Practice has been lucky enough to attract some of the finest health and wellness practitioners in the Midwest to our team. Their bios are extraordinary, and we are very excited about what we can accomplish together for, and with, the women of Northeast Ohio. We are giving women health and wellness options they've never had before, right here in Middleburg Heights."


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