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TARA BLOCK

Meet the Pros: Tara Block

Get to know Tara Block, owner and artist of Dame Errant Clay Studio encouraging intentional connection to creativity, self, and community for whole person healing.

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Emily Holton

Meet the Pros: Emily Holton

Get to know Emily Holton, a therapist providing telehealth practice in the Twin Cities for those seeking support in anxiety, trauma, and healing in relationships.

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Mindy Haukedahl

Meet the Pros: Mindy Haukedahl

Get to know Mindy Haukedahl, a licensed counselor and marriage and family therapist, offering specialized diagnostic ADHD testing and accommodation planning and Brain-Mapping/Neurofeedback services.

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Lesley Koehnen
Meet the Pros

Meet the Pros: Lesley Koehnen

Tell us about your business. What do you do? Through Village Health, I currently offer Intuitive Health Coaching services and Pilates training for individuals and groups in virtual and in-person

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cultivating self compassion
Mental Health

Cultivating Self-Compassion

What would the world be like if you talked to yourself as you would a good friend? Providing warmth and kindness to others when they’re experiencing pain can be easier

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Dr. Daniel Schilling
Health

Reprogramming the Brain with QNRT

Dr. Daniel Schilling, Master QNRT Practitioner, chiropractor, and kinesiologist at Secoya Health, explains how stress and trauma can linger in the brain and cause physical conditions in an interview for the Well Connected Twin Cities Podcast.

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