Sonia Brill is a Chopra Center Certified Primordial Sound Meditation Instructor and classically trained New York University therapist with advanced training from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine for Family and Group Work in New York. She’s integrated western psychological principles with eastern philosophy to help individuals successfully resolve anxiety and stress.
Sonia’s expertise in high-conflict divorce work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Divorce Magazine, and Your Tango magazines. She offers meditation and integrative consultation in New York and Colorado. Learn more about her practice: http://soniabrill.com/ .
As a busy mom, therapist, and meditation instructor, I have always been drawn to personal transformation, healing, emotional resilience, and spiritual alchemy as anchor points. I find it curious that life is mysteriously unfolding all the time. Despite my input, I am inextricably connected to nature and how it impacts the world I live in.
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