Charlene Rene is a holistic wellness coach. specializing in helping working women gain insight into their identity, values, and beliefs which will allow them to thrive in all areas: Physically, Emotional Regulation, Mental Clarity, Spirituality, and Financial abundance.
For more info visit allwellcoaching.com (this site has not been created yet only have a domain but will be working on this site next month)
Couples and Family Counseling
I believe there is no “one size fits all” approach to therapy, but am an expert at strategizing and can come up with a custom plan to meet your needs while taking into consideration that you know what you need most. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I also specialize in working with couples, helping them find solutions to even the most difficult challenges. I have a history of helping others master the art of communication, resolve conflict, and solve problems quickly.
Adults of all ages have successfully worked with me to resolve issues of stress, anxiety, feeling overwhelmed, and unsure of what to do next while going through critical life changes and personal challenges.
I have many years of experience working with adolescents 12-19 and helping them work through a phase of life issues including struggling with their identity, low motivation, peer pressure, insecurities, social anxiety, and low self-esteem.
My knowledge and training in both relationship and individual issues give me a unique insight into how to help you create a healthy and balanced life. I am also certified in hypnotherapy, Prepare/Enrich Facilitation, and TF-CBT. I use an integrative and customized approach to therapy which may include Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Solutions-Focused Therapy, Family Systemic, and Humanistic and Experiential Therapy techniques.
Charlene Rene is currently the co-host of the monthly iGetBetter Podcast along with Phedra Smith, LMHC where we discuss topics related to life, love, physical, mental, and emotional health, and the weekly YouTube vlog Converse and Conversations.
Hypnosis Is A State Of
As a provider who is certified in Clinical Hypnosis, this is offered as a specialized and focused intervention for individuals for whom traditional talk therapy or other techniques may be ineffective.
What is Hypnotherapy?
Hypnotherapy is an active approach to psychotherapy that seeks to help an individual outgrow learned limitations so that inner potentials can be utilized to reach therapeutic goals. This can be done with a variety of techniques and even without what many formally call “trance.” Trance itself is in no more than a state of inner absorption and focus, or awareness that is drawn inward to harness the power of the subconscious and inner mind. From this perspective, we all engage in trance on a daily basis automatically. For example, when we, without consciously thinking about it: apply the brakes after seeing a yellow light; cry upon seeing a fictional character in a movie acting out a tragic scene; tune in to the emotion of our favorite song, etc. we are engaging in what Erickson spoke of as “the common everyday trance.” Anyone can become focused and absorbed in reading a book, watching a movie, walking in nature, looking at a sunset, etc.
Hypnotherapy using hypnosis techniques can help treat a variety of issues including:
- Sleep Problems
- Weight Control
- Substance Abuse
- Sexual Dysfunction
- Trauma Resolution
- Bad Habits
- Spontaneous Behaviors (nail-biting, hair pulling, skin picking, bed wetting, etc.)
Charlene is amazing and has changed my life in so many ways. She is a compassionate listener and always has a way of eloquently summing up my feelings so I can understand them from a different perspective. I would wholeheartedly recommend her to anyone who wants to practice self care and address their mental health and well being.
Incredible counseling services! Charlene is remarkable! Very satisfied.
Charlene, has been a very good listener and has brought to light many interesting and helpful points regarding our relationship dynamic and how we can better ourselves as individuals and as a couple. It has been great having a 3rd party listen and provide advice on what the next steps are to improve our relationship.
How Effective Is Hypnosis?
Types Of Therapy And Found:
38% Recovery after
72% Recovery after
93% Recovery after