Awakenings Holistic
Awakenings Holistic

Awakenings Holistic                                    

Richard Crandall LCMHC, LADC, RCST

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist

Fascia and Connective Tissue Treatments

Polarity Therapist and Holistic Counselor 

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor

Richard has practiced counseling since

1986 and has continued his healing arts

journey since 1977 when he began to

practice meditation. Richard offers

therapeutic bodywork and counseling

and has been successful in treating a variety

of soft tissue problems including nerve

function often experienced as chronic

persistent pain and decreased range of motion. His work is a light

touch that allows the tissues to decompress, breath deeply and settle

into a quiet peaceful state of health. For further information

please view the four minute video below.

Richard practices bodywork Monday through Wednesday

Conversation can accompany your bodywork if you wish.

Location:  Burton House, 289 Main Street, Norwich, Vermont.


Richard is not accepting clients for counseling at this time

Mental Health and Addictions Counseling Thursdays

To Register for Counseling please click link below


Richard has been a counselor in the field of addictions and mental health since 1986. His approach is Mindfulness-based, Client-Centered and reflective listening. In addition Richard has a holistic practice and enjoys health through Ajurvedic diet, daily walking, meditation and spiritual practice.
The clients Richard works with have an interest in reducing their addictive behaviors, maintaining their sobriety from alcohol and drug use and are seeking a reduction in stress, trauma symptoms, depression and anxiety. His experience leads him to believe that the cause of addictive behaviors and alcohol or drug addiction is often spiritual. To clarify: alcohol and drug mis-use is often accompanied by communication issues between people and their friends, family, or creator and also because they have not acquired a connection or working relationship with the natural world.
Richard strongly believes that recovery is about balancing the mind and body, learning how to voice our opinions, listening to our hearts highest intentions and seeking the truth.
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