Recent Blog Posts

Rhodes Wellness College

Recent Blog Posts

Managing Strong Emotions

The Emotional Wellness Class is currently working hard on releasing old, stale trapped emotions from past traumas. Most of us were not shown how to handle strong feelings and often either under-express or allow strong emotions to overtake us. It is important to note that the honest expression of...
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Pink Shirt Day

Join our students and instructors on Wednesday February 27th, for annual “Pink Shirt Day” to support anti-bullying projects across Canada. We will be out on the streets communicating this very important message. Bullying happens not only in schools but also in the workplace and other places. Do...
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Shame

I spend a great deal of time working with people who have internalized shaming messages – mostly from childhood. Examples include “you’re stupid, you’re not worth it, you’ll never amount to anything. You can add your own to this list. Most of us carry around some dis-empowering...
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Holiday Tips!

 I am a firm believer that “peace” is an important objective in personal healing. With the advent of Christmas holidays, returning to our home environment can be interesting – especially if we are in the process of trying to heal ourselves from some of our family of origin issues. It is a...
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Winner of $1500.00 Bursary

Shealagh King is our winner of our $1500.00 bursary from the Seed Event on October 13, 2012.. Congrats Shalagh! We are looking forward to working with you.
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How To Heal

Rhodes College is known for providing Educational Programs that include healing for the student. Why is this important? Why should a student or practitioner of life coaching or counseling do their own healing work? The answer seems obvious. In this industry, you are not learning to operate a...
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A College That Changes Lives

Most people agree that post-secondary education has become necessary to build a rewarding career and lifestyle. Many do not have the time, resources and mind-set to attend a traditional University.  According to Psychologist  Howard Gardner, there are approximately 8 or more types of...
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The “New” Addictions

When we think of addiction, most of us think of drugs or alcohol. There are frequent changes to the American Psychological Association’s categorization of addictions. Only recently has pathological gambling been recognized as a concern. There are several “addictive or...
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