Vision, Mission & Culture

Vision:

The vision for Body Mind Integration is to always maintain a holistic approach in healing and training the mind. Some methods or modalities may work better for some than others based on one’s personality, willingness to change, circumstances of the situation, along with other factors. It is vital for the clinician to be trained in various modalities, so a treatment plan can be customized to the individual.

In the near future, the business vision is to acquire employees and affiliates with unique backgrounds and skills to make a larger impact by treating more people, utilizing mind-body approaches.

Mission:

The mission of Body Mind Integration is to dispel the stigma of psychotherapy or any form of coaching or counseling. It is not weak to seek help. Telling your true story shows courage and conviction. The ability to make yourself vulnerable shows self-awareness and the ability for growth in reaching one’s potential.

Whether it’s a mental illness, trauma, or something that’s holding an individual back in their job or sports, we can all use a helping hand at some point in our lives to feel better about ourselves and continue with our journey forward.

Culture:

Body Mind Integration is a place that is deeply person-oriented from the standpoint that each of us is a unique valuable individual shaped by our own beliefs, personalities, and interests. It is from clients that I have learned much of what I know. It is this life wisdom that has been shared with me that I have the privilege to share with others.

Ryan Long, MSW, LICSW

ryan@ryanlonglicsw.com

202-875-1495

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