Healing & Balance LLC

Awareness for your Body, Mind, Heart & Spirit  

Specializing in Somatic Psychotherapy to address and resolve trauma responses.

Somatic Experiencing® - SE™

Somatic Experiencing® (SE™) is an integrative body-centered approach to addressing trauma, developed by Peter Levine, and once integrated can open pathways for healing and increased resilience.


The practitioner helps to guide the person through experiences that engage the body with subtle awareness of sensations, images, emotion and meaning. Moving gently between perception of tension and openness allows resourcing and balance to occur within the nervous system and body. This begins to address the root causes of symptoms and allows the mind and body to relate in a new and more empowering manner. The gentle process helps to create increased tolerance and willingness to explore difficult sensations and emotions from past traumatic experiences. The result is often a sense of ease and empowerment with a new understanding or narrative related to the past experiences.


Christine Milovani, LCSW is currently enrolled in the Somatic Experiencing Training Institute (200+ hours) to become a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP). She has completed two years of training and is moving into her Advanced year of training to be completed by October 2020. Christine is able to offer sessions that integrate her learning at the appropriate level of her current training process. 


For more information, visit the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute.



Payment Options for Individual Sessions:

45 minutes - $90

60 minutes - $120

75 minutes - $150

90 minutes - $180


~All payments are due the day of service. Please inquire for fee arrangements based on economic need prior to your session (sliding scale fees available).


~These sessions are not a substitute for regular medical care or diagnostic mental health services.


~If you are having serious health or mental health concerns, please contact your medical provider, go to the nearest Emergency Services or call 911. Referrals will be made to an appropriate mental health provider or primary care physician, if needed.