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Dr. Raj Sahijwani
Dr. Raj Sahijwani is a native to West Chester. He received is Bachelor’s degree in neurobiology from Penn State and Doctorate in Chiropractic from Life University in Atlanta GA. At a young age, Raj has always felt dedicated to serving humanity through the healing arts. After working in pharmaceuticals for 5 years, he began to realize the limitations in our current Healthcare system, therefore he sought to discover the underlying cause of all sickness, suffering, and disease. Through many teachings, influenced by both western medicine and eastern philosophies, he’s discovered practices to facilitate the harmonious balance of the mind, body, and soul. He applies these principles with the spirit of service and compassion to deliver affordable healthcare to the West Chester community. Raj is a kind, passionate, loving human, and a compassionate chiropractor with one goal in life; to contribute to the forward thinking of humankind and the elevation of human consciousness, by living and teaching the vitalistic principles of chiropractic to all who cross his path.
I believe that warmth, understanding and compassion are the key to any successful and supportive therapeutic relationship and these qualities are the foundation of my practice. I have been providing counseling services to individuals, couples and families for a number of years in a variety of settings and one thing has always been the same; I learn something new from each and every client and the relationship that is built through the course of treatment is where the healing is created.
I use an integrative and holistic approach with flexibility in my treatment methods which allows me to meet the needs of a variety of presenting concerns. I have experience working with individuals dealing with trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, stress, time management concerns, weight loss issues, communication issues, intimacy concerns, ADHD, OCD, and parenting concerns.
Benjamin Bock, MA
Ben is also a West Chester local and earned both his BA (General Psychology) and MA (I/O Psychology) in Psychology at West Chester University of Pennsylvania. He wrote his Master’s thesis on the interaction between the individual cultivation of mindfulness, group dynamics and social mindfulness, in consideration to the benefits of workplace mindfulness, which include improved team cohesion and commitment, work/life balance, job satisfaction and work performance. Ben finds the rationale underlying this research is to be a, “complete no-brainer!”.
He found yoga after sustaining a life-altering injury and developed his mindfulness practice after the pain pills “failed” him. Benjamin is deeply passionate about sharing the value of ‘Sadhana’ (directly translates to “means of attainment”) to a westernized population that otherwise emphasizes ‘Asana’ (directly translating to “posture”) in its understanding of yoga.
Ben is the recipient of The Munay Ki (Lakai) Shamanic Rites, practices Sai Shiva/Shakti (Masculine/Feminine), Violet Flame, I AM presence and Reiki healing methodologies. He loves offering energy, and serving as conduit for all healing experiences.