About Us

Who We Are

<span>Dr. Dixie</span> Brown

About Us

Dr. Dixie Brown

PhD, ICAADC, AADC, LADC, LCAS, CCS, CPT, RYT

Dr. Dixie Brown, Owner of Lotus Healing, is a PhD level Therapist, Integrative Medicine Practitioner, and Nutritionist with nearly 20 years experience working in the Mental Health field, as owner/operator and clinical director of a multi-state treatment program, specifically with trauma, eating disorders, and substance use. She is Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Certified Clinical Supervisor, a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Supervisor (in 13 different states) and a NAADAC approved Continuing Education Provider. Dixie is also a supervisor and holds certification through the Center for Mind Body Medicine in Washington, DC to provide Mind Body Medicine Skills Groups to support trauma healing internationally. Furthermore, Dixie has also completed certification in Integrative and Functional Nutrition, Biofeedback, and Wellness Coaching.

Additionally, with a Bachelors in Business Management, with a focus on Organizational Leadership, and double major in Sociology, Dixie has developed her education into practice as the owner and Executive Director of a multi-state treatment center for over a decade. Growing up with an entrepreneurial family, Dixie has always had a heart for leadership and building effective organizations.

Dixie is also a Registered Yoga Teacher and Continuing Education Provider, an ACE group fitness instructor, and NASM certified personal trainer. She loves to integrate movement into her work because as a trauma therapist, she knows that like Dr Bessel van der Kolk says, “The Body Keeps The Score”.

To learn more about Dr. Dixie and her work, follow her on social media or schedule a call with her today!

Lotus Healing Vision

To enhance the substance use and mental health field by expanding accessibility, strengthening resources, developing providers- organizationally and personally, and improving the wellbeing of providers, organizations, and individuals seeking recovery through wellness workshops, retreats, counseling, and yoga.