Welcome to wellness that transcends traditional psychotherapy.
My name is Cherese Alcorn and I am the owner and founder of Wellness Beyond the Chair (WBTC). At WBTC, we embrace an integrative approach to psychotherapy, uniquely blending mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. Our services are not just about talking; they're about experiencing healing through innovative methods like Reiki, sound healing, oracle readings and embodiment techniques. We take pride in creating a safe space to heal, transform and thrive, especially persons who identify as LGBTQIA. We believe in every story being heard and every journey being honored.
"Transforming the world starts with transforming yourself first."
I'm here to guide you on a transformative journey towards inner peace and embodiment. Inner peace and regulation of your nervous system is required in order to be an effective leader, activist, career expert and change agent. Through my tailored approach, I empower you to harness serenity as a source of strength, allowing you to create solutions that don't just change your world, but the world around us. Imagine tackling challenges with a renewed sense of clarity and purpose, turning obstacles into opportunities for growth and positive impact.
If you're seeking a path to wellness that acknowledges every part of you - your mind, body, and spirit -let's schedule a personalized assessment and start your journey to a more empowered, peaceful, and joyous life.
"Your well-being is the cornerstone of your legacy and impact."
Cherese M. Alcorn, MSW, LCSW
Our mission is to provide preventative and restorative mental health care and holistic wellness services to Black and Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) who manage chronic illnesses/pain while also serving as change agents, activists, and entrepreneurs. We help leaders regulate their nervous systems so they can create effective solutions to problems that benefit everyone.
We envision a world where BIPOC visionaries can thrive and foster solutions that benefit all of humanity without burning out in the process. We envision a world where Black and Indigenous joy is not stifled, but rather embraced for it's radiance and creativity. We envision a world where disability, nor, gender identity or gender preference is a barrier to creating lasting and massive impact in communities that need it the most.