About

Rhonda Olson, RCST®

 

Hi, I’m Rhonda Olson.

I help people to balance their nervous systems and find relief from pain and anxiety both in my clinic and in the public sphere in the form of workshops for a wide range of groups.
 

In my clinic, I have much experience treating problems that have not responded to other approaches: anxiety, concussion, migraines, TMJ pain, sciatica, and symptoms/pain of unknown origin.

 

Approach

I am committed to applying sound principles of care, that are well grounded in the latest research, but delivered with sensitivity, compassion and presence.

 

Path

My path of learning as a therapist has taken me on an intense journey into my own trauma and healing. This has allowed me to deeply understand and help with the pain and trauma that others are experiencing.

Practice

I enjoy taking the time to be with each person and listen closely to what each individual has to say.

I believe that compassion in care is of greater importance than any other factor.

 

Modality

I practice Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST) because of it’s unique perspective on healing: I’m not fixing anyone because they are not broken. 

I help introduce people to their health. This health is always there, but sometimes hard to find through life’s struggles. When we feel our own health, our perspective on life changes and we begin to not only heal but to thrive. 

Learn more about Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy.

 

Training

I have been a practicing bodyworker since 2015 and have over 700 hours of training. I am a graduate of the well respected international school Body Intelligence and I am a registered Craniosacral Therapist (RCST®) with The Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America. 

 

Background

I’m also a multidisciplinary writer who has published both poetry and fiction. Before becoming a therapist, I worked as a writer and producer of television. My shows can be seen all over the world.

 

Story

For more on my journey to craniosacral therapy please read “How Life Got Better”