Dr. Meyers has 24 years of experience in the fields of clinical psychology and integrative medicine. She is the author of one book: Yin Yoga For Mental Health and book chapters on yoga, addiction, and psychotherapy. Her research focuses on mindfulness and yoga for mental health and traumatic brain injury.
In addition to teaching at MUIH, Dr. Meyers a licensed clinical psychologist in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York. She is currently employed at Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers (LCL) in Massachusetts, a lawyer assistance program where she focuses on lawyer wellbeing and mental health and maintains a private practice as well. Prior to LCL, Dr. Meyers worked for the State of Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services where she spent 17 years working as a clinical neuropsychologist working with clients with learning disabilities, attention-deficit disorder, traumatic brain injury, and developmental and brain-based disorders providing neuropsychological assessment, group and individual psychotherapy, and positive behavioral support planning. In addition to her work as a clinical psychologist, Dr. Meyers is an E-RYT 500-hour yoga teacher, certified yoga therapist, certified MBSR instructor, and certified iRest and Breath-Body-Mind teacher. Dr. Meyers loves teaching and presenting on mindfulness and therapeutic yoga for different organizations including health care systems, mental health providers, and executives across the country.
Selected Publications & Presentations
Meyers, T. (2021). Relationships in Yoga Therapy: Developing Collaboration with in a healing presence. In Yoga Therapy Foundations, Tools, and Practice edited by Laurie Hyland Robertson and Diane Finlayson. Singing Dragon: London.
Sondik, T.M. (2019). Pain, Addiction, and Yoga. In Yoga and Science in Pain Care: Treating the Person in Pain edited by Neil Pearson, Shelly Prosko, Marlysa Sullivan, Jessica Kingsley: London.
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