Gayle Bohlman, LCSW-C, has offered therapeutic relationship for clients since 1980. At the essence of her work are presence, supporting the striving toward wholeness as the psyche seeks itself, accurate mirroring of the Self, and a related and integrative process for accessing mind, body, and spirit in the work of healing and becoming one’s self. In her work with clients, Gayle makes use of cognitive behavioral therapy, Jungian principles, Eye Movement Desen sitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), body-centered psychotherapy, yoga, iRest yoga nidra meditation, and Imago marital therapy. Her expertise has proven helpful for clients experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, relationship problems, and greater spiritual development. She lives and works outside of Baltimore, Maryland.