We work hard to be sure you are getting the best programming possible.
Our team includes:
Deb Elbaum, MD, CPCC, ACC, is a coach, author, and speaker who believes that people should create their “what’s next?” in alignment with their priorities, strengths, and purpose. With a neuroscience and holistic background, Deb uses a wide array of strategies to help her clients think effectively and work through transitions with confidence. An invited speaker in the Boston area, Deb is also the author of the chapter “Making Moments Count” in Coaching for Powerful Change (2016). She is the mother of three children, ages 20, 18, and 11.
Charlotte Sahyoun is a graduate of the 500-Hour Integrative Yoga Therapeutics Teacher Training Program with Bo Forbes and of the Yoga Teacher Certificate Program in Trauma Sensitive Yoga from the Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute. Previously, she worked as a Research Trainee at Harvard University’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital on The Evaluation of Yoga on Sleep Disturbances in Post Traumatic Stress Disorder study. Additionally, she has Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in French. Her focus is on the intersection of yoga, psychology, and neuroscience for mood modulation and resilience for emotionally mediated issues such as anxiety, depression, and chronic stress. She teaches private and semi-private classes in Boston’s Metro-west area in Therapeutic Vinyasa (breath-based slow, mindful movement) and Restorative Yoga, with a primary emphasis on tailoring classes to individual practitioner’s needs. Charlotte has two college aged students.
Inspiring others to see opportunities rather then obstacles, Teresa Simonelli, MA, is a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist with over 14 years of experience working with individuals and groups, specializing in mid life transitions. She brings together an eclectic approach of holistic therapy and mindfulness meditation practice to help her clients process difficult emotions associated with major life changes. Her private practice located in Wayland, MA.