BAPWC offers a comprehensive interdisciplinary approach to treating chronic pain. Our provider team includes physicians, nurse practitioners, wellness instructors, art therapists, marriage and family therapists, a dentist that specializes in oral facial pain, acupunturists, psychologists, and phsyical therapists.
Certified members of the National Guild of Hypnotists, the husband-and-wife team of James D. and Lynn C. Swearingen have been tapping into patients' subconscious since 2006. The duo delves into clients’ minds to discover causes of anxiety, low self-esteem, and emotional trauma before taking steps toward behavioral change. Their treatments also help guests quit smoking, navigate 12-step counseling, or overcome their fear of taking tests while submerged in a shark tank. During each personalized appointment, the Swearingens train patients in self-hypnosis, which requires a minimum of four 50- to 90-minute sessions to master.
Kevin Allen earned his personal training certification in 1989, but he didn’t stop there. Instead, he layered more expertise and experience onto his resume with every passing year, finally founding Namaste Personal Training to share his wealth of fitness knowledge with as many clients as possible. Now the gym has been named Oakland magazine's best gym in the East Bay in 2012 and 2013, a title Allen and his team of four trainers uphold by addressing patrons’ individual fitness goals in one-on-one personal training sessions, or obliterating bucket loads of calories in group fitness classes. They also tailor introductory fitness courses exclusively to beginners, lowering class size, shortening duration, and eliminating exercises that involve flaming jump ropes.
TTL provides College Application Consulting led by experienced admission officers with unique methodology; excellent private tutoring in all subjects at a reasonable rate; academic enrichment classes in English, Math, Sciences; Test prep for SAT, SAT subjects, AP, etc. We help youth to find their goals and to achieve them!
Jacob Towery, MD didn’t develop his specialty for dialectical behavior therapy overnight. Rather, it happened across a lengthy scholastic journey, one that included a stay at Duke University for his bachelor’s degree in psychology, another sojourn at University of Virginia’s School of Medicine, and a final stop at Stanford Hospital & Clinics for an adult-psychiatry residency and fellowship. He bolstered what he had learned by teaching elementary school and consulting adults and adolescents at inpatient units, outpatient units, and a maximum-security jail. Nowadays, at his office, he draws upon his experiences and knowledge to provide evidence-based psychotherapy for kids, teens, adults, or entire families. Mindful not to overprescribe meds, he helps his patients with everything from ADHD to depression to relationship problems.