In Irish Gaelic, Anam Cara (ah-num car-uh) means “soul friend”. In this beautiful Celtic tradition, a person’s anam cara (soul friend) was the one to whom you could share your innermost self, your mind, and your heart with total acceptance, understanding, and love. Through this experience of recognition and belonging, a person is gifted the total freedom to be exactly as God designed them to be --- body, mind, and soul.
In this tradition, we believe that a healthy mind is essential to a fulfilling and satisfying life. Stress, trauma, injury, and disease can take a serious toll on the brain and nervous system, impacting mental health and our ability to be “ourselves” --- physically, mentally, and spiritually. At Anam Cara Wellness, we exist to help others “be themselves” again and become healthy and whole through healing and enhancing the mind. We are proud to offer IASIS microcurrent neurofeedback as a treatment approach to assist those striving to improve mental well-being and brain health.
Lisa is a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner, certified IASIS microcurrent neurofeedback provider, and U.S. Army veteran. It was through working with veterans that she became interested in and passionate about helping others improve their mental health and wellness, and she continues to serve the veteran and military community. She believes in a holistic and integrative approach to care
and the uniqueness of every person and their story. It is her privilege to serve the people of the greater Longview/Tyler/Jacksonville areas.
Dave is a retired Marine and certified IASIS provider. He served as the Veterans Service Officer (VSO) for Cherokee county until forced to retire due to the effects of concussions received in childhood and in 20 years of martial arts fighting. He discovered IASIS microcurrent neurofeedback and found it helped tremendously to relieve the cumulative effects of his concussions. After leaving the VSO, he determined to continue to help veterans by becoming an IASIS provider. His passion is helping veterans and others in the East Texas community improve their lives and mental well-being.
Address: P.O. Box 9331