Dunamis Center was born out of the desire to merge the practice of mental health under a wellness umbrella. Dunamis is unique, and presents a wide variety of services for clients all under one roof. Our goal is to provide the highest possible level of care for our clients. The relationship between providers here at Dunamis is special, and provides continuity of care that you will only find here with us.
She is also trained for trauma work, and specializes in Neurofeedback. Neurofeedback (NFB) heals the brain; Psychotherapy heals the mind. Together, Neurofeedback and Psychotherapy can create lasting change and recovery. Neurofeedback improves brain function so you can better engage in the psychotherapy process and make more conscious, healthy decisions for yourself. Neurofeedback also stabilizes the brain to reduce anxiety and depression allowing for a better, and more lasting recovery from trauma, PTSD, eating disorders, and/or other addictions. It will not solve all of your problems, but it can help stabilize your brain enough for you to do the recovery work necessary for lasting change.
Christy will help you tune into your heart’s desires and longings, as well as help you discover and eliminate obstacles to freedom and growth.
Her coaching and pastoral counseling style is highly prophetic, along with offering practical goals and strategies to help you experience freedom through a closer connection with God.
She enjoys ocean beaches, long walks with her dog on a sunny day, and exploring new places.
Bert Solomon III is I 57 years old. He was born in Seaside, California, has been married to his wonderful wife Cynthia D. Solomon, in which they have been married for 15 years. Bert has one daughter from a previous marriage and three step children, and he is a grandfather of six grandchildren.
In 2017, Bert graduated from Our Lady of the Lake University, earning a master’s degree in Social Work. In 2012, he graduated from University of Phoenix, earning a bachelor’s degree in Human Services. He graduated from Butte Community College in 2005, receiving a certificate of completion in Addiction Studies.
Bert’s most important accomplishment is assisting individuals and families cope with their interpersonal and social problems; it is the people to whom he assists in reaching their goals.