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Madhur-Nain Webster’s life has consistently been balanced by ancient traditions of meditation. By using yogic tools such as chanting and deep breathing, she has always been able to re-center herself so that she could respond rather than react to various struggles she has faced.
Her conviction of the positive influence that meditation has on the psychology and well-being of a person plays a major role in her approach to therapy. As a licensed marriage and family therapist (26 years married herself and mom of two grown boys) she holds a successful private practice in Napa, California, Madhur-Nain often encourages the use of yogic philosophy and meditation tools to assist clients self-reflect so they can self-correct.
She believes that yogic technology is the future of psychotherapy, since it supports clients as they bring polarized thoughts into harmony. For over twenty years, she has been deeply committed to helping people discover and build self-trust, expanding their potential to handle stress, anxiety, and depression.
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