Mindfulness is an integral part of my therapeutic practice. Mindfulness can be defined as being aware, in the present moment, without judgment. When we are mindful, we take the opportunity to slow down and notice what is happening around us and within us.
It is when we bring awareness to what is happening that we can begin to make changes within. We can learn to respond as opposed to react, living a life of conscious choice rather than one of unconscious habit and reaction.
I believe everybody has within them the resources they need to heal and to grow and I have faith in people’s abilities to overcome past adversities. In my practice, I provide mindful support and guidance, helping to lead clients away from feeling stuck and toward awareness, healing, and change.
Further information about my practice and verification of my status
as a Master Practitioner of Clinical Counselling and a Registered Professional Counsellor can be found on the Psychology Today website.
I use a unique combination of therapeutic practices based on over 25 years of experience in the areas of psychology, holistic health, and meditation. The main modalities in my integrative approach to healing are Hakomi, Re-Creation of the Self (R-CS), Attachment Therapy, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), and TRE®
(Trauma & Tension Releasing Exercises).
I work with individual adults.