In the three previous parts of this series we explored embodied listening, gaining clarity, and how to re-establish our sense of self during periods of heightened stress. In this final part we will explore attachment theory. Knowing your attachment style can help explain why you require reassurance from your partner or why you are more reserved in relationships, why you […]
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Yvette Lalonde, MTC.
Body-centered counselling can help.
In order to heal as a whole it is imperative to work holistically, with your body, mind, and spirit.
Struggles and trauma are not solely part of our cognitive process. We all hold memories and trauma within our bodies. Most of us learn to disregard the signals our bodies send us. Often this process starts at a young age as a way to survive and navigate our experiences. Disregarding the signals our body sends can become habitual until a symptom becomes bothersome enough for us to desire change.
In body-centered counselling, awareness is brought to the physical expression of your body in support of learning how to be sensitive to your body's messages. Our sessions will unfold organically, ensuring you receive healing at the level and pace that most honours you in the here and now.
Together we will bring a new level of awareness of your entire being – body, mind & spirit. You will learn the tools needed to reconnect to your body, and release yourself from old patterns, allowing you the opportunity to experience life with trust, freedom, and satisfaction.
As a Registered Professional Counsellor and a Yoga Teacher, I have been exploring holistic ways of healing for over 20 years. I have learned to trust my Inner Wisdom by listening to the intelligence of my body, and in so doing, I have found my life’s passion, which is to support the healing of others.
Find support in connecting to your Inner Wisdom.
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Schedule a free 15 min. phone consultation (778.968.3196).
Words cannot describe the pure joy to be experienced when we are truly free to express our innate Self and to live our lives authentically.
Yvette Lalonde, MTC
I am a Registered Master Therapeutic Counsellor (MTC) with the Association of Cooperative Counselling Therapists of Canada (ACCT). I continue training in concepts and modalities that support me physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. I sustain a foundation in meditation through a regular personal practice, workshops, and 160 hours of Awareness Integration training from a Gestalt Counselling perspective. Read More…
In part one we looked at a foundational aspect of communication – embodied listening. In part two we explored how vital clarity is to keeping yourself and your conversations on track. In part three we will be diving into some physiological reasons why staying present and why the ability to express oneself can be a challenge when stress […]
Clear Communication In part one we explored the importance of listening. This aspect of communicating involves a little more personal work to unearth the subtext of what you are trying to say. It asks for an open-hearted curiosity about what you are hearing and it requests that you attend to your feelings, thoughts, and experiences […]