Stephen Canowitz MD is a board certified internal medicine physician.He has a family practice and specializes in addiction medicine. He is certified through The American Society of Addiction Medicine.
Angela Hoff, DNP, APRN, CNP is a family nurse practitioner. She is certified through The American Society of Addiction Medicine.
Cassie Starinsky, LISW-S, LLC
As owner of Renew Wellness in Columbus, OH, Cassie believes that real change comes from connecting your mind and body. She is a licensed independent social work supervisor, a health and wellness coach, a certified school social worker, a certified therapist in EMDR, an Approved Consultant in EMDR, and Registered Yoga Teacher-200. Cassie has been a mental health professional for over 20 years working with families and individuals, schools, as well as community businesses and organizations. She specializes in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) and FSAP (Feeling State Addiction Protocol), CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy); these evidenced based therapies are applied in treatment for individuals seeking guidance in addiction and compulsive behaviors, weight loss, relationships concerns, trauma, stress and anxiety reduction, and low self esteem. If you desire lasting and powerful life changes please contact me so we can begin the process of change.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Therapy
EMDR reprocesses past traumas, stressors, and other significant life events through bilateral stimulation that still hold power in the present by means of beliefs and emotions so you can find your best self.
FSAP (Feeling State Addiction Protocol)
FSAP breaks the fixation between feeling and behavior, which is the cause of behavioral and substance addictions, such as smoking, alcohol and drug use, gambling, sex, eating, etc. Once the fixation is broken, through EMDR, there are no further cravings or urges that have to be controlled or behavior that has to be managed.
It is so easy to get wrapped up in the “I should haves” of the past and the worries of the future, that the present is muddied, causing the littlest hurdle to be overwhelming or the most pleasant experience to be missed. Mindfulness allows individuals to fully experience the present, good or bad, non-judgmentally, one mindfully, and effectively.