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Recent Blog Posts

Therapy of the Week: Somatic Therapy

Somatic therapy is a way for clients with feelings of trauma to work through their emotions. Here’s what those in counselling therapist courses need to know.
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3 Necessary Skills to Become a Wellness Counsellor

All over the world, wellness is a growing field. In fact, the Global Wellness Institute has determined that “The industry grew by 6.4 percent annually from 2015–2017, from a $3.7 trillion to a $4.2 trillion market, nearly twice as fast as global economic growth” (Global Wellness Institute,...
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Therapy of the Week: Narrative Therapy

Narrative therapy is a technique that helps an individual separate themselves from a problem that may be present in their lives (“Narrative Therapy”, 2018). This in turn leads them toward playing the role of “narrator” in their own lives and using skills they’ve acquired through life to...
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What Clients Will Be Looking for From You in Your Life Coach Career

Life coaching is a field that has been growing steadily over the last few years. Indeed, in 2018, it was estimated that there were “53,300 coaches, up from 47,500 part-time and full-time coaches worldwide in 2011.” (LaRosa, 2018). Many workplaces are investing in coaching services for their...
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How to Help Clients Build Great Relationships Through Relationship Counselling

While very rewarding, relationships can also bring challenges and difficulties. Most couples will have disagreements with each other from time to time. In some cases, these disagreements may continue escalating, and relationship counselling could be beneficial for both parties. Working as a...
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Exploring the Relationship Between Sound and Stress When You Become a Wellness Counsellor

Stress has an effect on all aspects of personal wellness. It is also experienced by a significant amount of the population. Indeed, almost 30% of Canadians aged 35 to 49 rate their stress levels as either “most days quite a bit” or “extremely stressful” (“Perceived Life Stress”, 2019)....
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