South Boulder Healing Center is fortunate to share office space with exceptional practitioners in complementary fields. This gives our patients the convenience of total body health in one location.
Dr. Natalie J. Engelbart
Dr. Engelbart is a Doctor of Chiropractic with a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology, Board Certifications in Neurology and three highly accredited, multi-disciplinary Fellowships in Functional Medicine through the American College of Functional Neurology. She recently moved to Colorado after being in private practice in the Dallas, Texas area for 15 years. She has studied and trained in Amsterdam, Paris, Norway and the United States.
Her specialty is in developing customized treatment plans for patients with conditions such as: anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, depression pain disorders, migraines, and endocrine disorders (thyroid, adrenal), and hormonal imbalances.
Her passion is to help all patients proactively improve their brain function to enjoy enhanced memory, energy, motivation, libido, restful sleep, athletic enhancement (optimized oxygenation, fuel delivery, decreased injury recovery time, and neurological activation), as well as prevention of dementia and age-related brain disorders.
Dr. Engelbart takes a holistic approach to neurology and to health. She relies heavily on scientific diagnostics and lab work to find the underlying causes of problems. She uses this information to customize treatment plans for each individual patient with attainable goals and re-evaluations to help her patients achieve results. Her preference is to treat without the use of medications or invasive means, and she enjoys co-treating with other physicians for the maximum benefit of her patients.
Dr. Engelbart is excited to join the team at South Boulder Chiropractic, beginning January 2014! Visit her website at Your Top Life, and call her today to set up a one-on-one consultation: 972-816-1410.
Suzanne Forrester’s, M.A., LPCC, EMDRII, PACT Level-Two Clinician
Suzanne has 20 years of experience serving adolescents, young adults and families as a therapist, university and high school teacher, therapeutic program director and wilderness therapist.
She currently offers individual, couple and family therapy. Her family and couple work is inspired by her PACT training, which stands for a psychobiological approach to couple therapy. She specializes in the resolution of trauma in the individual and family system, and utilizes EMDR therapy and the practice of mindfulness to help people live lives of purpose and meaning.
Suzanne currently teaches in the Wilderness Therapy Department in the graduate psychology program at Naropa University. She is the founding director of The Horse+Human Project and offers wilderness and equine-facilitated psychotherapy, including individualized retreats on a local farm.
To schedule an appointment with Suzanne, please call 303-859-7410.
Rachel Horner, L.Ac., Dipl.O.M.
Rachel received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Alaska Southeast, and her Master’s degree from Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (Traditional Chinese Medicine and Chinese Herbology). She specialized in Oncology Acupuncture from 2007-2015 at Boulder Community Hospital, and has continued in a general private practice since then.
To schedule an appointment with Rachel, please call (720) 771-8171.
Erin Livers, ICNT
As an integrated clinical nutrition therapist, health educator, and intuitive chef, Erin empowers people to cultivate a mindful relationship with their body, their creativity, with nature and nourishment. She believes that nourishment is key to living a healthy life. What you eat, think and how you live are potent forms of prevention and medicine. She offers a wide range of unique and individualized care addressing nutrition concerns and a variety of health issues, in addition to offering her Revitalize Digestion Program.
Over the past 8 years, she has used her Revitalize Digestion: Anti-Inflammatory, Elimination-Challenge Diet and Gut Healing Program to address inflammation and digestion, the foundation of optimal health and well-being in all areas of the human body. Her expertise in reducing inflammation and gut healing supports her clients to achieve all varieties of health goals. In addition to working with complementary medical practitioners, Erin’s nutrition therapies, lifestyle education, and counseling techniques assist her clients in achieving optimal health and well-being.
After receiving a Bachelor’s degree from Indiana University in Journalism/Fine Arts and a 15-year career in graphic design, Erin returned to school at the Seven Bowls School of Nutrition, Nourishment and Healing where she studied nutrition, herbalism and holistic health. In her nutrition therapy practice, Erin helps people to lose weight and maintain it, improve digestion, relieve fatigue, sleep soundly, improve memory and concentration, balance mood and hormones, improve skin blemished by acne and eczema, improve PMS, relieve headaches, and prepare healthy meals with renewed inspiration. All of this is done while partnering with her clients’ healthcare practitioner.
She has taught health-related topics at many schools in the Boulder/Denver area, most notably Bauman College, The Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism, Southwest Acupuncture College, and the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Her passion for teaching led her to create Food As Nourishment Holistic Health Education, where she provides education for both healthcare students/practitioners and everyone else.
She is Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition through the National Association of Nutrition Professionals where she is a professional member. Living in progressive Boulder, Colorado allows her to tend vegetables, herbs, fruits and flowers in her organic garden before creatively cooking and eating them. Erin offers her talents as an inspirational speaker and writer to many upcoming projects. Stay tuned for more at her website foodasnourishment.com You can contact her for an appointment my sending her an email at email@example.com or calling her at 303-499-6059.
Ines Manteuffel, CMT, BCST, RPP
Ines is a certified massage therapist and a registered craniosacral therapist. In addition she has extensive training in Polarity therapy (energetic bodywork), trauma resolution and Hakomi therapy (body-centered psychotherapy) and is certified in prenatal/labor support/postpartum massage.She has been in practice for over 15 years.
A major focus of her practice is supporting women during pregnancy and the postpartum time and to help the baby after the birth through craniosacral therapy.
Other strengths are stress reduction and deep relaxation, trauma recovery (car accidents, surgery, injuries and others), structural issues, energetic bodywork, emotional processing and connecting more deeply to the body.
Ines also teaches prenatal and beginning yoga throughout the Boulder area.
During her free time she enjoys being with her family and friends, being in nature and deepening her yoga practice.
To schedule with Ines, please visit RenewalHealingArts.com call 303-746-4626.
Dr. Katie Reinholtz
Dr. Katie is a Doctor of Naturopathy who developed a strong interest in Natural Medicine as an undergraduate student studying Psychology and Chemistry at Virginia Tech. She went on to attend and graduate from Naturopathic Medical school at the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon.
Her interests and training include women’s health, holistic endocrinology, herbal medicine, and nutrition. She is passionate about providing good integrative healthcare and looks forward to helping clients discover food as medicine.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Katie, please call 540-230-6758, or email DrKatherineND@gmail.com.
Mark Swart, Coaching, Counseling & Mediator
Mark is a Hakomi-trained meditator who studied Counseling and Psychology after noticing that awakening and enlightenment experiences do not resolve ego-patterns or personality issues (Unconscious habits that we learned in childhood that keep us trapped in our lives and relationships).
Mark graduated with an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adams State University in 2012 with an interest in addictions, and is also a CCA Certified Relationships Life Coach. He is trained in many different therapy and transformation modalities, including Hakomi, Gottman Couple Therapy, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, SFBT, EMDR, Trauma Dynamics, PC (Progressive Counting) and others. Mark recently went back to school at Regis University for an Advanced Graduate Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy due to his lifelong interest in relational systems.
Mark offers Relationship Coaching and Counseling online or in-person. He sees everything as interconnected (relational systems) and works with people from that perspective. He has worked with trauma and also with children. You can contact Mark through his website at www.innerradiance.info
Mark is also the founder of Dharma Wave, a secular meditation lineage with a focus on contemporary practices of somatic awakening, and teaches meditation online and at meditation retreat intensives worldwide.
Christina A. Turco, LMT
Christina graduated from the Massage Therapy Institute of Colorado, and is a Licensed Massage Therapist. She focuses on an integration of traditional therapeutic massage, energy work, aromatherapy, gemstone and crystal healing, and sound healing. She strongly believes that the gift of healing is innately within each of us. Her goal is to listen, and incorporate her knowledge, experience, and intuition into each session, thereby providing a nurturing and supportive space for her client’s own healing journey.
Christina is married with a blended family of five children. She is passionate about dancing, and has taught in many studios around Boulder. She also loves to hike in the mountains with her husband and kids.
To schedule an appointment with Christina, please call 720-256-6708, or, visit her website to schedule online: http://www.handsoftheheart.org