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Contrary to popular opinion...
You don't have to spend a lot of time and money on self-care.  Try one (or both!) of these mindfulness scripts to get started.

Meditating on Bed

New products, gadgets, and apps aren't a guaranteed success...

 If you're trying to chase down the feeling of being comfortable in your own skin and get out of your head, practicing mindfulness could be one of the most effective ways to invest your time.

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Community Outreach Partnerships:
Mind & Body United

Gut Harmony
Holistic Digestive Center
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Made 2 Move
Physical Therapy
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Community partnerships mean that small, local organizations in South Carolina and Tides Therapy and Consulting, LLC support each other in the mission of uniting holistic education, awareness, and coordinated treatment with mental health and physical wellness to achieve optimum quality of life for our community.

Tides is honored to maintain a partnership with 6 carefully selected organizations listed here:

A practice with a heart for overall wellbeing! From Colon Hydrotherapy, Holistic Health Coaching, to Diagnostic Nutrition, Gut Harmony has your best interest in mind. They understand that well-being does not just come from "eating vegetables" and eating the right foods does not automatically make you feel well. It's a balance that takes support from knowledgeable professionals that can help you address these issues: Boost your immune system | Detox | Inactivates viruses, bacteria, yeast, fungus and parasites | Reduce inflammation | Kill off bacteria overgrowth, yeast and fungus with ozone | Support your body in weight loss | Increase energy levels | Reduce anxiety | Removes toxins and free radicals | Improves circulation | Improves sports performance.

Merge Medical Center
Holistic Medical Clinic
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Nurture your body. Calm your mind. Charleston’s best acupuncture, bodywork, herbal medicine + health coaching. Best Acupuncturist Runner Up in 2019, 2020 & 2021 Weaving modern approaches into classical techniques, we offer comprehensive wellness services, including acupuncture, herbal medicine, bodywork + massage, fertility coaching and health + wellness coaching. Experience a thoughtful treatment tailored to your specific physical and emotional health needs. Our collaborative approach is heart-centered, patient-focused, result-oriented, and dedicated to your best health, growth, and wellbeing. We prize communication, a nurturing environment, and deep healing. Join us – schedule an appointment today.

We help you get out of pain and get back to doing what you love to do! Performance Physical Therapy. At Made 2 Move, our Doctors of Physical Therapy help active adults in Charleston, Mt. Pleasant, West Ashley, Summerville, and Daniel Island get out of pain and get back to living the life that they want! Don't waste another day stuck in your pain. Schedule an appointment today!

Seacoast Church West Ashley
Community Church
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Ridgeville Counseling, LLC
Tele-Mental Health Therapy
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Our team partners with patients to create a multi-faceted program that meets their health goals by successfully managing their current diseases or conditions as well as preventing others from occurring. Each program is tailored to our patient’s needs and goals. Research shows our synergistic holistic approach helps individuals restore and maintain optimal health so they live well longer.

At Seacoast, our mission is to help people find God, grow their faith, discover their purpose, and make a difference. Accomplishing that mission goes beyond the weekend experience. We believe it’s important to find a community to help you live out your faith. We’re committed to impacting our church, our communities, and our world.

The focus of treatment is to help individuals heal, energize, and gain insight while growing. This is achieved by providing a neutral safe space, actively listening, and providing a person-centered approach in treatment. Stacy is trained in multiple treatment modalities; including Eye Movement Desensitization and Re-processing (EMDR) which can specifically target people who have a trauma history.

Partnering with Tides Supports the Community and Your Organization



How Community Partnerships Began:

Life transitions, depression, anxiety, trauma responses, and general stress are at an all-time high in our communities. It's on the news. It's in social media. And we all know that it's definitely showing up at home.

No one would argue that the demands of life are higher than resources available in this season of our community. For some, finding the right fit for their unique situation is almost instantly overwhelming. All they know is that something is missing and they need help to "get better." However, if the main complaint is anxiety or depression, the source of the issue can be difficult to specify in the throes of the struggle.

Some ask, "Do I need a doctor?", "Do I need a nutritionist?", "Do I need mental health therapy?" If a person, couple, or family, does not have an advocate, the process of "getting better" can feel nearly impossible.

This is where the need for community organizations come together in supporting a higher quality of life for across social/emotional, physical, and education domains.

This is the root of Tides Therapy Community Outreach Partnerships: Mind and Body United. Helping the members of our community link up with the right resource for them is the highest level of service that each community partner prides themselves on providing.

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Amber Fender, LISW-CP/S is using a grassroots approach by beginning at home,

in Charleston, South Carolina, to offer:

  • Pop-Up Live Stream Online Events (free and fee-based)

  •  Guest blog posts from community partners to support community education and awareness

  •  Referrals to carefully selected providers that support coordination of care with the

holistic well-being of our community as the highest priority

  • Online self-care courses to assist between appointments for a variety of issues from life

transitions and trauma to anxiety and depression using contributing community

authors (coming soon!)

*If you are part of a community church, organization, or company, you are welcome to request a private workshop hosted at your location or via web CLICK HERE.

Community Self-Care Workshop is Here!

Starting November 2022, you can meet in a group of like-minded individuals who want to improve their self-care game as much as you do! Community Partner Stacy Keller, LPC-A is leading a group workshop in all things mindfulness, stress-reduction, and prioritizing what really matters. From psychoeducation on identifying what you really need to activities that help you put this goal into motion, you'll benefit from improved awareness and self-compassion for yourself, your significant relationships, and those in your community.

This workshop will be one hour, twice monthly. You can join virtually or in-person! For more details, contact Stacy Keller, LPC-A at: 


​ About the Workshop Leader:

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Stacy Keller, LPC-A
Owner of Ridgeville Counseling, LLC

Hi! I am a transplant to the Low Country and have done my very best to immerse in the local festivals, activities and culture. I most recently moved from a mountainous area and have traded in my snowboard for an occasional bridge walk and paddle board ride!

I am a parent to 2 great kids, a cat and a big hairy dog and significant other to a Navy Veteran. 

Coffee and candy are my vices when needing a bit of self-care. I love trying out new foods, whether at home or a new local restaurant. Mostly spending time with loved ones is my favorite past time.

Professionally speaking...

Stacy is committed to the holistic approach of mental health for all individuals. She prioritizes the wellbeing of her community through public service on a daily basis in her rural community.

Stacy received her B.S. from Bowling Green State University (Ohio) and attended graduate school at University of Kentucky and University of the Rockies. She has a M.A. in Psychology and completed all clinical coursework at Webster University.


Stacy has training in:

  • Forensic interviewing

  • Crisis negotiation

  • Providing support for local law enforcement, first responders, youth, families, and victims of intimate partner violence and individuals. 


Stacy provides therapy using:

  •  Motivational Interviewing

  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

  • Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) 


This is an in-person workshop, but you may request the option to join virtually.

Save your spot by contacting Stacy directly via phone, text, or email:



If you'd like to book a therapy appointment with Stacy, CLICK HERE

Keep in mind:

$75 enrollment fee waived for community partner clients listed above. Just let us know who you're seeing when you contact to enroll!


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If you are part of a community church, organization, or company, you are welcome to request a private workshop hosted at your location or via web CLICK HERE.