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About In-Tune Integrative Counseling

Karen M. Otis, LMHC, MA works with an integrative treatment approach that is based on the belief that everyone is shaped by their life experiences. The MEE triangle applies to each and every life patterns and dysfunctions.

The MEE Relationshipshows how the three components of any relationship and how the three can contribute to a relationship being in tune or out of tune: MEANING (based on past and present relationship experiences and how you think about them or how you think the relationship should be),EMOTIONS (feelings evoked, how you feel in your relationship experience) and EFFECTS (behaviors or reactions, how you react or respond to your relationship experience).

Relationships work on a continuum. During various stages of the relationship, partners focus more on "ME" meaning self than "WE" meaning the partnership. The goal of relationship enrichment and readiness is to move closer to "WE," with individuals having a shared vision of the relationship.

ME<--------------------------------------------------------------------------------->WE

Where is your relationship on this continuum?

MEE Empoweredshows how the three components of a self-esteem contribute to being in tune or out of tune with one’s true self vision: MEANING (based on your past and present experiences that shaped your self-esteem and the way you think about yourself), EMOTIONS (feelings evoked, how you feel about your self) and EFFECTS(behaviors or reactions, how you react or respond to your feelings about yourself).

When you experience difficulty due to trauma, self-esteem or daily life experiences, acquiring the skills to transition to a happier place requires help.

The MEE Body Imageshows how the three components of a self-image contribute to being in tune or out of tune with one’s true self vision: MEANING (based on past and present experiences on how you view yourself and your body and how you think you should look), EMOTIONS (feelings evoked, regarding your body image) and EFFECTS (behaviors or reactions, how you react or respond to your body image).

One may not recognize the lifestyle changes that must occur when developing and integrating proper food consumption and exercise plans to maintain long-term weight loss. Your inability to get in tune with the requirements of weight loss maintenance and develop the skills to sync one’s weight loss goals with the ability to adequately control ones desires for food, address new-found body image concerns as well as the overarching self-esteem and body issues that evolve can contribute to the failure of the aftercare process.

Location:

The Nia Center

2228 7th Avenue

Harlem, NY 10027

212.234.1345

Hours:

By Appointment Only