Alexander Technique Therapy

Written by Julie Taylor The Alexander Technique is a logical way to solve body problems.  Many people are mystified by their own back pain, excess tension or lack of coordination.  They often see problems in their joints or muscles as structural and unchangeable. People say things like, “I’ve always walked like a duck,” or “My … Read more

Reiki Therapy

Written by Jo-Ann Hopkins REI is the Japanese word which means ‘universal’ and is also a reference to the higher dimension of light and soul. KI is the Japanese word which means the ‘vital life force energy which connects all’.  KI means the same as CHI in Chinese, which is over 4,000 years old, and … Read more

Neuropsychology – Study of the Brain and CNS

Written by Julie Taylor Neuropsychology is a fascinating blend of psychology and neuroscience that aims to understand how the structure and function of the brain relate to specific psychological processes, brain plasticity (the ability of the brain to rewire) and overt behaviors. It is scientific in its approach and shares an information processing view of … Read more

Psychotherapy – Counselling Therapy

Written by Julie Taylor Psychotherapy and psychology are similar: both words come from the root ‘psyche – which means ‘mind’ – therapy is the practical use of this type of work and ‘ology’ means ‘the study of’.  Both of these people work with the same problems as counsellors – some of the courses they take … Read more

Applied Metapsychology, TIR & Life Stress Reduction Therapy

Written by Nancy Day In today’s fast-paced world, life presents us with many challenges. Some of these challenges are directly related to past traumatic incidents, known or unknown. It seems like everyone has something to deal with, something to “manage or avoid.” Some individuals seem to have more than their share of burdens, resulting in … Read more

Hypnosis Therapy Demystified

Hypnosis Therapy Written by Karen Laskey, Hypnotherapist. No, I’m not going to make you bark like a dog, or cluck like a chicken!  I’m imagining that when you think of hypnosis therapy, this is what you think of?  Today I am going to attempt to demystify hypnosis while illustrating its value as therapy. Hypnosis therapy is … Read more

Counselling (Counseling) Therapy

Written by Julie Taylor What Is a Counsellor? Some people expect a counsellor to tell you what to do and that they will give advice.  This is not what we do…  For better or for worse?!  Whether that’s a good thing depends on whether you want that or not!  Most clients do not want to … Read more

Homeopathy – Real Holistic Therapy

Written by Karen Dyck Homeopathy – Treats Whole People, Not Just Disease by Karen Dyck, Ch.H., B.Ed., M.Perf. Tuscany Pharmasave (Shelbourne and MacKenzie) Victoria BC  250-477-2225 Homeopathy is a natural choice for healing those suffering from trauma. The beauty of this medicine, beside the fact that it works wonders, is that it treats each person … Read more

Aromatherapy – Scent Therapy

Written by Karen Dyck Releasing Trauma With Aroma Article researched and written by: Karen Dyck, B.Ed., Ch.H., M.P. Website: http://www.profumovitale.com/ Email Karen at Profumo Vitale  –  profumovitale@yahoo.ca Essential oils are the volatile essences collected from plants through steam distillation.  These aromatic substances are the regenerating, oxygenating and immune defense properties of plants.  In a nutshell, … Read more

Pilates – Exercise Therapy

Written by Julie Taylor Pilates and your injury recovery How does Pilates help you recover from injury? Pilates exercises also increase core strength and stability – which is also the aim of many of the physiotherapy sessions that get you up and moving in hospital. This is aPilates for Older Adults DVD for $12.99 with … Read more