• Mindfullness practice can help teachers to engage more effectively with students.
    Mindfullness practice can help teachers to engage more effectively with students.
    More Effective Teacher-Student Connections in the Classroom   "On Monday, WMS Faculty and Staff members attended a Mindfulness workshop led by Dr. Pamela Cappetta. Dr. ...
  • Women’s group
    Women’s group
  • Couple’s session
    Couple’s session
  • Mindfulness
  • Mindfulness teacher: Dr. Pamela Cappetta
    Mindfulness teacher: Dr. Pamela Cappetta
  • Therapy session
    Therapy session
  • Mixed group
    Mixed group
  • Therapy session
    Therapy session
  • Compassionate help
    Compassionate help

Life is surprisingly challenging!

You don’t have to meet those challenges alone. Seeking help is a sign of strength, resilience, and resourcefulness. As an experienced therapist, I help people deal with a wide range of concerns, including: relationships, depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, stress, chronic pain, and addiction. Healing, recovery and joyful living are well within your reach…if you’re ready to invest in your own well-being.

Together we can recognize and handle your concerns, whether they’re current or rooted in the past. My goal is to assist you in the process of facing life’s challenges and challenges within yourself. Talk therapy and group therapy are options we can explore. Other valuable tools are guided meditation, relaxation and self-acceptance techniques. I’d like to encourage you to create a practice of mindfulness—a non-judging awareness in the present moment that wakes us up to what is. Mindfulness is a gentle way of learning more about who you really are…what you think…how you feel…and finding a spiritual relationship with yourself and God. More than 25 years of research show the benefits of mindfulness to include less stress and more serenity.

We can work one-on-one or in a group, whichever feels right for your journey. When we investigate the flow of our lives and our relationship to ourselves, others, nature, and God (Higher Power, One), we become partners in our own healing. It’s an adventure that begins with a simple phone call…please call today for your appointment. I’m eager to meet you!

—Dr. Pamm

Dr. Daniel Goleman explains the brain science behind mindfulness and cognitive behavior therapy (MCBT):

Dr. Pamm offers  8-week group Mindfulness courses. Give her a call: (757) 253-5708 for more information and to sign up.

Join us for a Mindfulness Day on September 21, 2019