Operating from the philosophy that a healthy, happy and satisfying life is one in which there is a balance of one’s mind and emotions, Mind & Emotion (M.E.) Matters has opened its office in Langhorne.
M.E. Matters offers psychological and behavioral health services for individuals, couples, teens and families. Founder David Piltz explains that the three main focuses of M.E. Matters—neurofeedback, therapy and a spirituality awareness group—reflect the importance of connection between body, mind and spirit.
“Neurofeedback helps to physically rewire the brain in a non-invasive way; therapy helps us examine actions and patterns of behaviors; and examining our relationship with our health in terms of our spiritual awareness reveals hidden blocks and fears,” says Piltz. “This body-mind-spirit balance creates the ability to always have a managed response in any situation.”
The M.E. Matters website provides a more in-depth explanation of neurofeedback, including research, testimonials and a list of conditions it can help improve. Likewise, its various therapy services are outlined and explained. The M.E. Matters Spirituality Health & Awareness Group meets each Friday at 10 a.m.
New clients are encouraged to call and schedule a free, 30-minute consultation.