Compassionate inquiry practitioner in Canada
Do you feel like you’ve plateaued with your emotional health, despite your best efforts?
Perhaps you’ve been for therapy before and found it wasn’t the right fit or you didn’t find what you were looking for. Does the thought of sitting down and telling your story, yet another time, unsettle you a little bit? Is there some part of you that already knows what you need to change, but simultaneously feels stuck?
Imagine feeling happier, lighter, and free from your past. This may be the piece in your health that you’ve been missing.
The insights afforded through the process of Compassionate Inquiry are truly liberating. I know this because I have experienced it.
I started the Compassionate Inquiry professional training in January 2019 with the first official cohort of registrants. The training was more than I ever expected and unlike anything I had ever experienced before.
Prior to the training I had personally received years of many types of therapy and Compassionate Inquiry lead me to another level healing and a knowledge of myself I never knew was possible.
A Compassionate Inquiry session can help you develop a deeper relationship to yourself
If you struggle with being in your head and have difficulty connecting with and staying in your body, you will greatly benefit from the process of Compassionate Inquiry.
Learn to cultivate presence with yourself and be with what is without judgment. Learn to express what has long remained unexpressed in your life, uncover unconscious beliefs and emotional patterns, identify and develop body awareness, and understand how your past shows up in the present moment.
Don’t think there’s a limit to your healing if you’re still feeling uncomfortable and stuck in parts of your life.
Compassionate inquiry can be very deep and personal work, therefore it is really important we are the right fit.
Schedule a free 15 minute conversation to determine if my approach and style are right for you.
Sessions are generally 60 minutes in length.
Absolutely! If in our compassionate inquiry work together I feel that you would benefit from naturopathic medical care as well I may recommend we meet for an initial visit with that focus.
I have worked with clients for as few as 1-2 sessions and others as frequently as every two weeks and on-going.
I offer compassionate inquiry both in-person and online.
The best way to know is to experience it. I, too, had had mind/body work before learning about Compassionate Inquiry and have found the process very effective and deep.
Yes, I am able to meet with you for compassionate inquiry even if you do not live in Manitoba or British Columbia.
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