Clear Path Wellness of the Lehigh Valley and its founders proudly support the education, training and resources from the following organizations:
Institute for Applied Meditation of the Heart
IAM heart provides professional training in the method and application of Heart Rhythm Meditation, through Mentoring, webcourses, group retreats, private retreats, local classes, and especially the two-year, part-time comprehensive curriculum of The University of the Heart, which includes all of the above.
Heart Centered Hypnotherapy
The Wellness Institute
The Wellness Institute is an internationally recognized organization, located in Issaquah, Washington, committed to offering the highest quality hypnosis and hypnotherapy training available.
Integrative Restoration Institute
The Integrative Restoration Institute (IRI) provides programs and teacher trainings that show you how to live a contented life, free of conflict and fear, by opening your mind and body to its inherent ground of health and well-being. iRest Yoga Nidra, one of the principal programs offered by IRI, is a research-based transformative practice of deep relaxation and meditative inquiry.
Trauma Sensitive Yoga
Justice Resource Institute
The mission of the Trauma Center is to help individuals, families and communities that have been impacted by trauma and adversity to re-establish a sense of safety and predictability in the world, and to provide them with state-of-the-art therapeutic care as they reclaim, rebuild, and renew their lives.
The Upper Room Spiritual Center
Diocese of Trenton
The Upper Room is a spiritual and educational center rooted in a contemplative and holistic approach that supports and nourishes the spiritual growth of laity, religious, and clergy.
Donna Eden Energy Medicine
The mission of Innersource is educate and empower individuals, organizations, and communities to heartfully and mindfully maximize their health and optimal functioning through the tools and concepts of Energy Medicine and Energy Psychology.
PTSD, Addiction and Co-Occuring Disorders Treatment
Forterus, an AAC Facility, provides information about available governmental, non-profit and other resources, and makes them easily accessible to those searching for assistance. It includes dozens of the latest studies and external resources for the PTSD assistance.