Joan Furman is a holistic nurse practitioner and clinical experiential therapist whose focus is creating a healthful mind/body relationship in all phases of health or illness. In her private practice she employs experiential therapy and psychodrama in both individuals and groups, counseling, EMDR, Reiki and other healing touch therapies, guided imagery and various approaches to conscious living and dying. She conducts weekend intensives using experiential therapy and equine assisted therapy and teaches workshops in meditation, Reiki, and other personal growth topics. She is the author of The Dying Time: Practical Wisdom for the Dying and Their Caregivers (Crown, 1997), as well as over seventy published articles, chapters and books.
Solo Private Practice (full time)
AHNA AMerican Holistic Nurses Association, ANA American Nurses Association, ASET American Society of Experiential Therapists, TNA Tennessee Nurses Association
Joan facilitates weekend to week-long intensives for individuals and groups. Some of these are residential, some are local. Twice yearly she facilitates an equine therapy group therapy experience. Several times a year, she facilitates a four day residential group therapy intensive for those who are living with grief.
Addictions & Recovery, Women`s Issues, End of Life Issues, Post-Traumatic Stress (PTSD), Sexual Abuse Survivor (adult), Grief & Mourning, EMDR
experiential therapies for individuals and groups. Experiential modalities include psychodrama, music, art, movement and somatic. EMDR advanced training.
Body-Centered, Experiential, Holistic / Mind / Body, Psychodrama