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In the Media | 08.27.19

Chicago Graduate Runs Holistic Wellness Center in Illinois Hometown

Amanda Sheppard, an alumna of Adler University’s Chicago Campus, and her Mindful Beginnings co-owner Sarah Reynertson were featured in the Platt County Journal-Republican story. They recently moved the wellness center to a new location in Monticello, Ill., Sheppard’s hometown.

“My primary focus has been treating children and adolescents who have experienced severe trauma and been involved in the foster care system,” said Sheppard. “I have extensive experience in treating a multitude of other mental health illnesses including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, and adjustment disorders.”

Services at Mindful Beginnings include therapy, Reiki, yoga, and massage therapy.

Read more in the Platt County Journal-Republican story article “Mindful Beginnings Moves to Washington St.

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