Temecula, CA -- Dr. Julianne Blake is on a mission to educate Americans on self-awareness, self-love and a whole new way of eating and living. She is a licensed therapist who has travelled the world to learn all different kinds of medicine and has herself confronted a degenerative disease.
After being diagnosed with MS, dancer Julianne switched her career focus. She obtained her Master’s in Counseling and PhD in Clinical Psychology. She began exploring meditation, acupuncture and alternatives to bolster our immune systems, as well as gather the emotional fortitude needed to deal with auto immune diseases like her MS. Today she is more energetic herself with a diverse range of clients who experience greater health and happiness and have even overcome Cancer.
Much of the problem therapist and success coach Dr. Blake says, comes from negative conditioning. The typical two-year-old will hear the word no hundreds of times in a day, yet hardly hear praise and positive phrases like great job, or you’re terrific. Our subconscious mind and sense of self, she notes, is formed by the age of seven. So as adults, we are often stuck with a mindset that we’re not good enough, lost or powerless. Helping people take back control, break through and be empowered-- both physically and emotionally—has become the core of Dr. Blake’s mission.
In her extended series on CUTV News, Dr. Blake will talk about the steps she takes to support her clients. From guided meditations and self-discovery adventures, to coaching and tools for motivation, she offers many ways to nurture yourself.
For more information, visit http://www.julianneblakephd.com