Please note: Open enrollment for phase 2 will begin on December 15, 2018 through February 25, 2019. Phase 2 groups will start March 1, 2019 and run through May 11, 2019. Robin will be at the events table in Holy Grounds after 2nd service on February 17 and 24 to answer questions and help with enrollment forms.
An Innovative Approach to Spiritual Wellness
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Please Join a Unique and Innovative Research Study for Teens
The Effects of Bio-Intrinsic Transformational Therapy ™ on Depression and Anxiety in Adolescents.
Are you a teenager between the ages of 13 to 18 who is experiencing stressful emotions like irritability, anger, frustration, or sadness? Are you worried and stressed out? Do you feel drained and out of sync? Are you a parent or guardian of a teen who is dealing with these uncomfortable emotions?
If so, I invite you or your teen to join my innovative and groundbreaking research study. It’s called “The Effects of Bio-Intrinsic Transformational Therapy ™ on Depression and Anxiety in Adolescents.” They will learn fun and simple tools that may help. Their participation will help us gain valuable insights into this subject. Participation is completely voluntary, and it is free. There is no cost to join.
What is Bio-Intrinsic Transformational Therapy™? It is an innovative approach to spiritual wellness that incorporates and synthesizes eastern and western thought in Psychology, Medicine, Quantum Physics, Neurotheology, and Mysticism. Bio-Intrinsic Transformational Therapy™ expresses a deep understanding of the individual personality, mind, and spirit; the individual biofield; human consciousness and mystical experience; and vibrational healing approaches. Spiritual wellness produces a state of mind-body-spirit coherence, integration, personal growth, an innate drive towards wholeness, physical and mental health, and overall feelings of well-being.
More Information and Enrollment Forms
Teens who enroll in this study will be randomly assigned to either group A or group B. Robin will inform all participants on their group assignment and session dates on Monday February 25, 2019. All groups sessions will be held in the administration building Youth of Unity classroom.
All teens enrolled in this study will be required to attend an Orientation Group which will include pre-testing on Tuesday February 26 at 6:00 pm in the administration building.
- Starting on March 5, group A will participate in sessions either on Tuesday at 6:00 pm or Saturday at 1:00 pm for 4 consecutive weeks.
- Starting on April 9, group B will participate in sessions on Tuesday at 6 pm or Saturday at 1:00 pm for 4 consecutive weeks.
- Post-testing for all groups will take place during the first week of May.
- Phase 2 will be completed no later than May 11, 2019.
Any teen or parent of a teen who is interested in joining the study and will turn 13-year old before February 25, 2019, please contact Robin at 678-445-4184 for enrollment in phase two 2019.
Prospective parents and teens who want to enroll in the study must download, print, and complete the four required forms below. Completed forms must be returned to Research c/o Robin Reeves-Oppenheim, 242 Creekstone Ridge, Woodstock, GA 30188 during the enrollment period from December 15, 2018 – February 25, 2019.
About Robin Reeves-Oppenheim
Robin Reeves-Oppenheim, LCSW, DCSW, ThD. C. has over thirty-five years of experience. She has strong administrative, consultation, supervisory, and clinical skills. She is owner of Out-of-the Box Solutions, Inc. located in Woodstock, Georgia. She and her clinical staff provide an array of behavioral mental health and substance abuse services to children, adolescents and adults.
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Georgia and South Carolina, she is a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers, holds a Diplomate in Clinical Social Work and is listed in the National Register of Clinical Social Workers. She is currently a doctoral research candidate at Holos University Graduate Seminary in Spirituality and Holistic Health/Transformational Psychology.
She has an extensive background in clinical issues concerning all aspects of the family life cycle, mental health, issues of divorce, treatment of adolescents, survivors of trauma, eating disorders, women’s issues, individual and family psychotherapy, family violence, conflict resolution, child abuse, substance use disorders, addiction, experiential and expressive therapies, Transpersonal Psychology, Biofield Therapies, Energy Medicine and Clinical Hypnotherapy.
She is a gifted public speaker, consultant, and trainer. She has provided training and consultation services for social workers and other professional healthcare providers locally, nationally, and internationally.
She has been an active member of the National Association of Social Workers since 1983. She served on the NASW Georgia Chapter Board of Directors from 2007-2011. She served on the NASW South Carolina Chapter Board of Directors and was on the Practice Act Task Force, the South Carolina Mental Health Partnership Board of Directors, the South Carolina Emergency Food and Shelter Board of Directors, and the Mid-Carolina Health Literacy Network Steering Committee. She has won many awards including the KOVOD Award for Excellence in Publication. She was voted the 1998 NASW Social Worker of the Year. She was a certified addictions counselor from 1977-1986. She is currently on the Georgia DBHDD Registry for DUI/Substance Abuse evaluators and treatment providers.
She is a trained Reiki Level 3 Master/Teacher, a Certified Distance Counselor, and a Certified Hypnotherapist.
She trained with Dr. Brian Weiss and is certified by the Weiss Institute in Past Life Regression Therapy. She was a guest speaker at the 2nd International Conference on Spirituality and Social Work held at the CSRD – Institute of Social Work and Research in Ahmednagar in January 2013.