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Retreat to Equine Solace: A Session in Equine-Assisted Therapy

Introducing Jenna Smith who is a Counselling Therapist with a unique approach. Jenna graduated with a Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of Victoria then continued to have a career in Police work. What happened much later in 2016 is something special you need to read about! Meet Jenna As a [...]

Retreat to Equine Solace: A Session in Equine-Assisted Therapy2022-11-16T13:16:56+00:00

Shifting Focus – Women on a Journey of Aging Well

By Heather Doyle, Counsellor, MEd, RCT-C It’s a pleasure to introduce Heather Doyle who is a counselling therapist working exclusively with women as they navigate the challenges embedded in the aging process. She has been counselling mental health and addiction clients for more than two decades. She is a retired yoga teacher, a [...]

Shifting Focus – Women on a Journey of Aging Well2022-07-07T21:43:43+00:00

Using Play Therapy to Strengthen Relationships with Children

I’m excited to introduce Cynthia who I have been supervising through her RCT-C hours. I have learned many things from her in describing the many skills and methods she uses as a play therapist in working with children, particularly in trauma work. In the work I do as a music therapist I am [...]

Using Play Therapy to Strengthen Relationships with Children2021-11-19T16:32:26+00:00

Deep Listening – Two Interventions to Build Mindfulness and Combat Anxiety and Stress

By Danielle Jakubiak tindrumtherapy.ca I would like to introduce Danielle who has been my supervisee for almost three years in her commitment achieve her RCT for the NSCCT. I hope you will enjoy the unique blog she created and take the time to visit her website for her private practice in Halifax – [...]

Deep Listening – Two Interventions to Build Mindfulness and Combat Anxiety and Stress2021-11-17T13:15:08+00:00

Activities to Facilitate Creative Emotional Conversations Between Parents/Caregivers and Children

By Stephanie Dean-Moore TidalstoneCounselling.com It is my pleasure to introduce Stephanie Dean-Moore. I have been fortunate to supervise Stephanie over the last three years in her achievement of RCT for the NSCCT. Throughout our process, I have come to learn the special ways in which Stephanie approaches her counselling work and has now opened [...]

Activities to Facilitate Creative Emotional Conversations Between Parents/Caregivers and Children2021-03-23T17:59:40+00:00

PERSPECTIVES IN SONGWRITING

PERSPECTIVES IN SONGWRITING by Sarah McInnis About songwriting Paul Simon said, “It's very helpful to start with something that's true. If you start with something that's false, you're always covering your tracks. Something simple and true, that has a lot of possibilities, is a nice way to begin.” As a person who tends [...]

PERSPECTIVES IN SONGWRITING2020-06-03T12:41:49+00:00

Myths of “Survival” in Trauma

Myths of “Survival” in Trauma Survival is a complicated word, a noun or adjective. Some definitions talk about our lack of control in “survival”, or an instinct that we are programmed with. As an adjective, it’s more a wanting, or a fight. In phrases like “survival of the fittest”, it’s an idea that [...]

Myths of “Survival” in Trauma2020-05-21T02:00:03+00:00

Looking Beyond a Photograph

Today as I bring my new website to light, I wanted to address something that has been a useful modality with clients over the past several weeks in online sessions. Photos, like music, are catalysts for therapeutic communication and healing. I wanted to share this photo as I remember one of the special ways [...]

Looking Beyond a Photograph2020-04-28T17:50:27+00:00

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