Tim Wolfram – PsyD, LP
Clinical Psychologist & Certified Mind-Body Medicine Practitioner
Tim is a clinical psychologist working with Veterans in the VA Health Care System in St. Cloud, Minnesota. Since 2008, his work has included facilitating mind-body groups with Veterans receiving mental health and primary care treatment at the VA, addressing trauma, chronic pain, addiction and other mental and physical health challenges. His work outside of the VA also includes facilitating mind-body workshops, trainings and skills groups. In 2011, he completed his certification in mind-body medicine from The Center for Mind-Body Medicine. He integrates mind-body approaches, mindfulness and EMDR to address trauma, chronic pain and other mental and physical health issues, to promote optimal health and resiliency.
Barbara Donaghy, RN - Director of Operations
Barbara has clinical and management experience in acute, long term, and home care locally and nationally. She has developed and managed children’s camps, pediatric clinics, hospital-based units and case management programs. Her career began as a Nursing Assistant and Respiratory Therapist. After obtaining her Nursing License, she completed one of the first Neonatal Nurse Practitioner programs in the country. As she became involved in the business side of health care, she obtained a Master’s degree in Health Care Administration.
Lora Matz, MS, LICSW Certified Mind-Body Medicine Practitioner
Lora is a psychotherapist, lecturer and writer who has worked for many years in the areas of Mind-Body Medicine and transpersonal development. Lora is a Senior Faculty Member of The Center for Mind-Body Medicine and teaches in the Professional Training Programs, CancerGuides and the Global Trauma Relief program.
Lora is a leader in healthcare’s emerging field of Integrative Medicine. She has post-graduate training in transpersonal development, clinical hypnosis, guided imagery and several other healing modalities. She has experience in the area of death and dying, as well as integrative cancer care and conducts trainings for health care professionals and others in the area of midwifing of death and integrative practices for the dying and their love ones. Lora incorporates imagery, breath work, meditation and transpersonal development into her work as well as the Center’s model of working with groups.
Shuaib Ibrahim, MA
Shuaib is a master’s level clinician with experience in adults, families, couples and marriage therapy. Shuaib holds a Master of Arts degree in Marriage Family Therapy (MFT) and a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. He is fluent in three languages; French, Somali and English. Shuaib has experience working with diverse populations, especially with refugee and immigrant populations.
Shuaib strives to bring an effective mixture of experience, expertise, clarity, concern and action to the counseling process in order to maximize outcomes and provide genuine healing and wholeness to individuals who wish to see improvements.