Natural Relational Health Practitioner & Soul Care Specialist
Health, Wholeness, and Healing
Spirit, Soul & Body
Dr. Teresa M. Walters, Ed.D., MAMFT, LMFT, LAC, DTM
Talk Therapy (Psychotherapy)
We all have an inherent need to feel seen, heard, and validated. Sharing your story with a trusted and supportive consultant can help facilitate your personal healing process and reduce relational and emotional distress.
Partnering with a supportive mentor to achieve your personal, professional, and spiritual goals is a safe and effective way to increase self-awareness, expand self-definition and build self-regulation skills.
Conflict is a normal part of any relationship. Marital mediation can help couples increase their conflict resolution skills, build relational intimacy, resolve lingering resentments and strengthen their couplehood.
Choosing a marital partner is one of the most significant decisions we make in life. With a little preplanning and intentionality, you can find, develop and maintain an enduring and satisfying marital partnership that will last a lifetime.
Find your relational health, balance & happiness the natural way.
I help people find relational health, healing, and wholeness in self, with others through Christ.
I provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals and couples to heal relational and emotional wounds, rediscover intimacy, resolve conflict, recover from traumatic events and gain insights that promote stability and completeness in all areas of their life; spirit, soul & body.
How It Works
People make sense in the context of their life.
Experiencing relational, emotional, mental distress, trauma, and pain does not make you mentally ill, it makes you a human.
The Healing Process
People experiencing emotional and mental distress, pain and trauma need validation, compassion, support, guidance, and community.
The Healing Partner Provides
A relational home where the hurt, confusion, frustration, trauma, and woundedness can be articulated, understood, validated and intrigrated.
Healing and Reconciliation
Relational, emotional, and mental distress is a natural response to unnatural experiences…to be validated, shared, and relationally healed in self, with others, through Christ.
“To be carnally minded is death, but to be spiritually minded is life and peace.”
Romans 6:11, NKJV
“…and let the peace (soul harmony which comes) from Christ rule (act as umpire continually) in your hearts [deciding and settling with finality all question that arise in your minds, in that peaceful state] to which as [members of Christ’s] one body you were also called [to live].
Colossians 3:15, Amp.
“Therefore, my heart is glad and my glory [my inner self] rejoices; my body too shall rest and confidently dwell in safety.”
Psalm 16:9 Amp
Not too many years past, a marketing campaign proclaimed, "You are what you eat." The premise being that the food choices we make have a profound impact on our physical bodies and dictate to a large extent the quality of our health and well-being. I wouldn't argue...
I’m just old enough to remember a time when an attempt to manage the life of another was likely to be met with a resounding…mind your own business! People didn’t take kindly to others freely, or intrusively, offering their opinion about what they should or should not be doing with their lives. The general feeling was, you take care of your life, and I’ll take care of mine.
One of the most troubling trends I see in the American family is the elevating of the parent-child relationship above that of the marital relationship. This trend has resulted in a usurping of the marital bond’s priority or covenant bond and a lessening of the value couple’s place on marriage. It is quite common to find couples who have directed so much attention to their child(ren) that they have effectively lost their ability to function as bonded partners.
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Office: 618 E. 2nd Street
Madison, IN 47250
Make an Appointment
Call the office at 812-274-5333 or schedule online at your convenience.
Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 8pm
Saturday: 9 am – 1pm