WS Values


Wellness Solutions values are principles and guidelines to inspire, empower, and create a healthy life, emotional wellness, and peace of mind.

The values and beliefs of Wellness Solutions embody the culture and construct for all interactions, decision making, and behavior for all team members. These skills in practice provide a framework for how to think, how to feel, and how to control our mind with logic and sound problem solving.

WS Welcomes ALL people. You are welcome and you are safe here. WS honors, respects, and is an ally of LGBTQIA+ people. WS respects and honors diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion for all people of all races, religions, beliefs, ethnicities, ages, abilities, and immigration statuses. WS honors and respects neuro-diversity. WS is anti-pill shaming, anti-ableism, and anti-mental health stigma. WS welcomes clients with service animals. WS respects and honors humanitarianism and the dignity of all beings.

Wellness Solutions values are based in the concepts of mindfulness, humanism, multiculturalism, diversity, inclusion, body positive, equality, social justice, logic, and Eastern philosophy.

  • Intentional Presence: Focus on being intentionally and completely present in the current moment. Allowing yourself to experience life with awareness, engagement, and authenticity.

  • Openness to New Experience: Creating mental spaciousness to live life honestly, transparently, congruently, and curiously a genuine willingness to participate in life with acceptance and fearlessness.

  • Beginner’s Mind: Approaching experience with clarity and absence of preconceptions, expectations, judgements, or prejudices. The mental attitude of a beginner’s mind is one of wonder, amazement, free spirited and open mindedness. Beginner’s mind challenges us to let go of old patterns of relating so we are mentally and emotionally available to explore, examine, and evaluate experience in an unbiased way.

  • Non-judging: Cultivating an awareness regarding our internal mental processes such that we gain insight about our preferences, prejudices, and attentional focus and how they influence our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

  • Acceptance: The understanding that life will unfold with a time and process that is not subject to our willfulness or desire. Acceptance is an honest recognition of reality irrespective of our desires and gently teaches that control is a perception.

  • Non-Striving: Developing a habit of engaging in activities with the intention of participation for the “doing” of the activity and absconding the desire to have a specific goal or outcome. The purpose of non-striving is to “be” and to “do” in the absence of an outcome. This concept encourages one to experience life ameliorating us from competition and expectation.

  • Letting Go: (Non-Attachment) embodies the understanding that we make mental choices to attach to ideas, thoughts, beliefs, emotions, judgements, expectations, and perceptions that prevent us from experiencing life authentically and genuinely.

  • Patience: Is defined by Jon Kabat-Zinn as the understanding and acceptance that situations and circumstances must unfold in their own time regardless of our desires or investment in a preconceived anticipated outcome.

  • Trust: Is an active decision to engage in experience completely with wisdom gained through experience, consistent practice, observation of behavior, and in the absence of impulsivity, passivity, complacency, or fear. Trust is gained through a consistent pattern of behavior over time. Trust is earned or unearned and is a demonstrated behavior and attitude. Trust is not measured through belief or intention.

  • Gratitude: Is a feeling of thankfulness and an acknowledgement of the positive in our lives both internally and externally. Cultivating gratitude is an attitude of recognition and appreciation for the reality of our situation. Gratitude does not purport one should ignore difficulty or discount suffering. Gratitude encourages a balanced beneficial view of life lest we develop a myopic negative view of life when enduring pain.

  • Generosity: Is the act of giving in an altruistic manner such that one gives of one’s self, energy, emotions, time, attention, experience, expertise, wisdom, or resources with selflessness and kindness. Generosity can be described as charity, service, volunteerism, philanthropy, and sharing. Generosity teaches one to contribute to the improvement of the lives of others, the environment, and society in fellowship. To be generous with our gifts teaches us the importance of the interconnectedness of living beings and to provide understanding and respect for those who share our existential challenges, pain, and growth. 

  • Compassion: To act or behave to eliminate suffering and its causes. We achieve compassion as an attitude and behavior through consistent practice; we each practice compassion through challenging our fears, resistance, pain, biases, and prejudices and overcoming them with empathy, understanding, advocacy, and mentorship.

  • Equanimity: An internal state of balance, calm, and peacefulness regardless of external circumstances.

WS values include honoring the Humanitarian philosophy and ethics of Diversity and Multiculturalism with Respect and Admiration for people of ALL Races, Ethnicities, Religions, Beliefs, Cultures, Neuro-Diversity, Body Positive, Genders, and Sexual Orientations. WS honors and respects ALL people of all abilities and focuses on our strengths instead of deficits or disabilities. 

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Wellness Solutions values acceptance, equality, and unconditional positive regard. Wellness Solutions has respect and reverence for uniqueness, free thinking, progressiveness, individuality, questioning authority, intellectual curiosity, personal exploration and self-discovery.

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