Perception

“Your perception of reality is not set in stone. It is flexible. If you are willing to work towards changing your perception, you can bend your reality. You can see a more positive life around you. You can see the beauty in the world. If you actively look for the good in the world, eventually your world will change. Look for the little things until the big things come into the picture.” Avina Celeste

Words to Live by

Life Advice: Always be the best person you can be. Be kind even when you're tired. Be understanding even when you're angry. Do more than you're asked, and don't ask for anything in return. Don't silently expect anything in return. Listen when someone talks, really listen! Be the greatest person you can be and when you mess up, make up for it in the next minute or day. One thing you should never do, never spend time trying to prove to anybody that you're great, your actions will speak for themselves and we only have limited time on this earth, don't waste it. If someone doesn't see your light, don't worry. Like moths, good people are attracted to flame and to light, and they will come" Hassan Sumroo

Relationships

A healthy friendship is one where you share your true feelings without fearing the end of the relationship. It's also one where you sometimes have to let things that bug you slide. The tough moments will make you wiser about yourself and each other. They will also make you stronger and closer as friends. Rachel Simmons

Family

To enjoy good health, to bring true happiness to one's family, to bring peace to all, one must first discipline and control one's own mind. If a man can control his mind he can find the way to Enlightenment, and all wisdom and virtue will naturally come to him. Buddha

Welcome To E.L.L.A., INC. !

E.L.L.A. welcomes everyone who is seeking and willing to improve their overall existence. With the assistance of licensed therapists and certified yoga teachers you can begin a peaceful journey toward healing and growth. Living mindfully helps to minimize distress. It's been said that dwelling on the past brings regret and anger about things that can't be changed, while focusing on the future can bring about fear and anxiety of the unknown. Living in the present moment mindfully, helps us to come to a place of gratitude, acceptance and peace with the current moment and trust for whatever is to come. "PEACE IN ALL CIRCUMSTANCES" As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others. - Nelson Mandela

Who We Are

E.L.L.A. is an independent therapeutic practice that integrates traditional mental health practices with complimentary mind-body work to promote emotional healing.
“Equanimity in Life and Leadership Approaches” is a concept that incorporates healthy benefits for a “person and their environment” and promotes mindfulness in every aspect of one’s life. This extends not only to one’s mind and body but their home and workplace as well.

The E.L.L.A. concept is a mindfulness based approach that assists in finding answers for where and why an individual/family may be in their life, and how they got there.

What We Do


E.L.L.A. effectively responds to the needs of diverse populations and demonstrate proven knowledge and practice of evidenced-based interventions and relevant laws and ethics that impact practice. E.L.L.A. also extends its mindfulness-based concepts to Corporations and their EAP participants. Mentors are available to partner with employees to identify and incorporate long-term action plans Licensed therapists are available to assist with life circumstances that at times impact one’s job performance.  E.L.L.A. constructs  professional counseling treatment interventions including evaluation, treatment planning, assessment, and referrals. Crisis intervention, consultation, program evaluation and applied research for business clients.