Trauma is Not a Life Sentence Understanding the Role of Therapy in Healing Trauma By: Christina Bianchini, RPC, MPCC When I attended Compassionate Inquiry Training with Dr. Gabor Mate in 2018, one of the pieces that really stuck with me was when he said, “Trauma is not about what [...]
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Authenticity: How to Unravel Personal Limitations & Build a More Confident Sense of Yourself By: Lindy van der Burg, RTC "Just be yourself"—These words can bring up all kinds of discomfort, whether making a presentation, speaking to a group or even casually to a friend or family member. You [...]
Talking To Your Teens About the COVID-19 Pandemic By: Josh Van der Meer, MSW, RSW As tensions swell in Canada and around the world, there is no doubt that many of our youth are struggling amidst this global health crisis. What do we say to our youth about this [...]
Food, Body Image, and The Global Pandemic By: Rilla Lodge, RD, RCC In these times of uncertainty, many people are feeling anxious about food and weight. This global pandemic can impact our access to food, can lead to fears of (or actual) food shortages, can change our eating routine, can limit our [...]
Stop Waiting & Start Creating Your 2020 VISION! At the beginning of a new year, people reflect on what they want and what goals they want to achieve for the coming year. There is definitely a lot of energy about new beginnings vibing in the air! So many of those goals (or resolutions) [...]
As the end of another year approaches many people start to think about what they want to create for the coming year. Looking back and reflecting on your last year will help you to move forward in the right direction. This is an important annual ritual for many of the following reasons: In order [...]
A great relationship increases our ability to love ourselves. It all comes down to the science of love, what most of us would consider an extremely intangible and subjective experience. The parts of our brains responsible for love and attachment are regulated by each other. As a baby, I learn love through my [...]
Finding The Right Therapist For You Finding the right therapist can sometimes feel like an auditioning process, and if you live in an area like Prince George BC, that has a limited number of local therapists, the process can sometimes be frustrating. I have personally seen several different therapists during my lifetime, and [...]