Audrey Boxwell

Denver, Colorado USA
Direct Line (303) 618-0681
audreyboxwell@comcast.net
www.fabyoulicious.com

Kinds of RIM® Sessions: Individual; both as a psychotherapist and as a Chaplain

Location: Denver, Colorado Metro area for face-to-face sessions; phone/Skype clients anywhere

Population: Adults (including seniors), teens and kids

Works with Trauma: Yes

Specialties: Stress related disorders (e.g. migraines, IBS, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue); Chronic disorders/diseases including: Smoking Cessation; Weight loss; Phobias; increasing self-esteem; depression and grief. Have worked with PTSD just recently and found RIM® to be a perfect protocol.

Biography: Dr. Audrey Boxwell has done extensive research on the relationship between the Mind, Body and Soul and their role in healing for the past several years. She is a psychotherapist utilizing the RIM® Method and hypnosis as protocols in her practice.

She holds doctoral degrees in Theology and Energy Medicine and is a Certified RIM® Facilitator and Clinical Hypnotherapist. Dr. Boxwell graduated from the University of Colorado, New York University, and Holos Institute of Health in Springfield, MO. Her doctoral research concluded that RIM® meditations used regularly significantly reduces the hallmark symptoms of stress-related illness and improves the quality of life. She is the developer of PsycheHike®, a meditative mind/body/soul hiking experience that restores strength, renews courage, and clears a path for making life changes.

Audrey is working as a Clinical Chaplain and Pastoral Counselor for the past 3 years. She sees patients in and out of hospital/hospice.

Philosophy: My mission is to embrace a global vision for optimum health and manifest this idea through the precepts and implementation of various tools; not the least of which is RIM®, as well as gathering and utilizing the most current research and techniques to facilitate the transformation from illness to wholeness — wherever it is desired and/or needed.

Year Completed RIM® Facilitator Training: 2009