In the comfort and safety of your own home via telehealth… 

Awakening Into Life

Offering teaching, coaching, and counseling services that are grounded in trauma-informed contemplative and somatic practice, ongoing advances in modern neuroscience, and evidence-based models of psychological healing…


Includes mindfulness and mediation instruction, somatic practice training, public and small-group talks, video and audio recordings, interview segments, Q&A sessions, individual guidance and support – all focused on contemplative, somatic, nondual, and transpersonal themes.  


Includes individual sessions, small-group support, seminars and workshops; with a special emphasis on managing stress, dealing with work and career challenges, handling financial worries, exploring family and relationship issues, getting unstuck and motivated, engaging in self-discovery work, and more.   


Only Offered in Colorado: Includes individual and small group sessions; drawing from emerging evidence-based interventions that are contemplative or somatic in nature – including ACT, DBT, Mindfulness-based CBT, Focusing, Somatic Experiencing, Exposure Therapy, and several others. 

Healing at the Level of Mind

(Cognitive Domain: Contemplative Practice)



Mind is the complex patterns of thought which are constantly flowing in and out of our awareness. How we think, what we think, and how we perceive our thinking are all aspects of life governed by our experiences. Many of us have had very difficult experiences though, which have conditioned our minds to cause us a great deal of psychological suffering. Thankfully, due to the power of neuroplasticity, we can use a variety of techniques to change how our brains are actually wired – fundamentally altering the systems and structures of mind.

Healing at the Level of Body

(Physiological System: Somatic Practice)



Within the structure of the brain lies the amygdala.  The amygdala is directly connected the nervous system, bypasses the thinking mind, and has its own emotional memory capacity. In other words, when we are confronted with something like a trauma or the effects of cumulative micro trauma, these events get encoded in the amygdala and trigger-associations are formed neurologically. To heal the body, we have to teach the amygdala that we are safe, rewiring neurons to establish new associative memories that reinforce and sustain the healing process. 

Bradley Bemis, MS, LPCC, CLC

Teacher, Coach, Counselor

I’m a mindfulness and contemplative wisdom teacher, mental health professional, and life coach living in Colorado.  I’ve been working with people since 2014 to better understand human suffering: how to move through it, learn from it, and fully integrate it into the whole of who we are. 

I earned my Masters of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the CACREP-accredited CMHC program at Walden University, and am currently a PhD student studying Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) – focusing on Consciousness Studies and Contemplative Neuroscience.  My main area of clinical interest is anxiety, along with its common trauma precursors and often co-occuring presentations of depression, addiction, eating disorders, and sleep disorders.  My background and experience with clinical interventions includes ACT, DBT, Mindfulness-based CBT, Internal Family Systems, Inner-child Work, Focusing, Somatic Experiencing, Exposure Therapy, the Gottman Method, Applied Behaviorism, mindfulness, meditation, and contemplation.  





9975 Wadsworth Pkwy, K-2 261

Westminster CO 80021