Help people wake up from the bad dream of who they think they are.

Empower clients with the freedom to choose how they want to be, what they want to feel and what they want to think as they navigate life’s challenges.


Become empowered with an approach and methodology that quickly and reliably releases clients from their problems while contributing to their spiritual wellbeing, illuminating higher states of consciousness.


Engage clients with easy to learn home practice tools that help them transcend the stressors of daily living while becoming established in a steadier states of being, free from reactivity. 


Energize your experience of practicing psychotherapy, coaching or pastoral counseling as you learn to liberate yourself and clients from tethered pain, clearing the way to inner freedom.

In more traditional approaches, we explore life's pains and choices through the lens of the narratives (real and imagined) around which we shape our lives. 

Melanie McGhee, L.C.S.W. Founder of Acceptance and integration training

Melanie McGhee, L.C.S.W. Founder of Acceptance and integration training

Or we try to promote change with mindful awareness or cognitive restructuring. 

Acceptance and Integration Training (AAIT) begins with the understanding that the real self is more than an object, more than the sum of stories and idealized self images. Our real self is a being.

Yet, tethered to the charged pain of thoughts, images, emotions and sensations (TIES) associated with our problems, we tend to perpetuate unhealthy choices driven by that pain.

Our clients come to us cloaked in the veils of their wounds and traumas, their unmet needs and defeated goals. They reach out for support. They want to feel better, quickly. With AAIT, we can help them realize their goal. We can help them feel better, quickly.

Using a strategic approach alongside reliable change tools, we empower our clients (and ourselves) to get free of tethered tension and align with the real self, a being who has an awareness of itself beyond the current dramas in which it feels entrapped.

This is a leading edge approach I developed based on my more than three decades of practice and dedicated study with master therapists, primarily Dick Olney and Zivorad Slavinski. 

AAIT is the formation of this study coupled with my decades long interest and contemplation of nondual philosophy.