Vision center opens in Bayfield
Dr. Andrew Adamich, optometrist, announces the opening of Highland Vision Center, located on Mill Street in Bayfield.
The business was formerly owned by Dr. Jay Highland. Adamich is a Colorado native and also serves as an optometrist in the Air National Guard. The vision center provides comprehensive vision exams, contact lenses, glasses and treatment of eye disease. Adamich is board-certified in vision therapy specializing in the treatment of learning-related vision problems, vision dysfunction after brain injury and sports vision enhancement.
For more information, call 884-2020 or visit www.gravityworks.org.
Holistic practice announces opening
Nattalie S. Blau, MS, LPC, announces the opening of a private holistic psychotherapeutic practice at The Riverfront Center, 128 W. 14th St., serving adults, young adults and older adolescents with individual and family therapy.
She provides body-centered experiential psychotherapy integrating The Hakomi Method and Mindfulness. Blau has more than 15 years of experience and assists people in navigating through areas that may need to shift while exploring patterns, beliefs and developing new coping skills to integrate into their lives. Some issues she addresses include adjustment to life-changing events, grief/loss, depression, anxiety, relationship or career issues, old patterns and beliefs, childhood issues, family dynamics and exploring needs.
For more information, visit www.nattalieblautherapy.com or call 779-7404.