Chuck Lustfield, Ph.d., LPC
Rolfing is a process for reorganizing our body's structure so that the client experiences less stress, chronic pain and can sustain better posture more easily. The physical and emotional traumas we experience shorten and harden our muscles and connective tissue resulting in restricted movement, chronic pain, increased stress and poor posture. People who have experienced Rolfing report feeling lighter, less chronic pain, being more comfortable in their bodies and a greater sense of well being.
Profile and Credentials
Chuck is in private practice in Dallas. He was certified by the Rolf Institute for Structural Integration in 1977 and completed his advanced training in 1982. He continues to engage in continuing education to stay current in the field of structural integration. Chuck is also a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in body-centered psychotherapy. Prior to his interest in personal growth, Chuck earned a Ph.D. in mathematics and taught at Ohio University and Arizona State University. Chuck enjoys spending time gardening, biking and walking. He also loves being a husband, father and grandfather.
Philosophy and Comments
For me, body, mind and spirit are three interrelated aspects of the human existence. When we experience distress or disharmony in one aspect, the other two will be affected. Healing in one aspect must involve the healing of the others.
Work Hours and Fee Schedule
Chuck is a Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice in Dallas. His focus is on body-centered psychotherapy, in particular, bioenergetic psychotherapy. In addition to his private practice, Chuck is a member of the faculty of the International Institute for Bioenergetic Analysis and, as such, trains and supervises persons learning to be become bioenergetic therapists. He also leads workshops on a wide variety of issues including men’s issues, anger, relationships and Loving Sexuality®. Chuck is also an Advanced Certified Rolfer.Prior to his interest in personal growth, Chuck earned a Ph.D. in mathematics and taught at Ohio University and Arizona State University. Chuck enjoys spending time gardening, biking and walking. He also loves being a husband, father and grandfather.
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