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Julie Clarke is a registered psychotherapist, child and youth care practitioner and somatic experiencing™ practitioner. She works mostly in private practice in Ontario, Canada as well as virtually online offering one on one counselling and therapy as well as parent consultation and trauma work.

#Parenting…Who? aims to connect parents, caregivers and professionals with news and information pertaining to mental health, wellness and all that in between has to offer! And demystify therapy.
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Vancouver Wellness Studio BioVancouver Wellness Studio is a unique place for whole-person healthcare in Vancouver, Washington.We are a dynamic team of holistic health professionals who work together to provide quality, cohesive care for the mind, body, and spirit.The VWS team is passionate about working in community and for community through individual services and community offerings. VWS is proud to have created a healing environment where, whether you are receiving care from one or all of our practitioners, you will have the support of the whole team.We are a studio because at VWS we believe that creativity, art, movement, and gathering as a group are all integral pieces to the wellness puzzle. So, we made space for that. We hope you will come be inspired to heal, create, and thrive.Kendall Hagensen BioKendall is a Somatic or Body-Oriented Mental Health Therapist and trained in EMDR, which means that she utilizes our innate mind-body connection as a tool in counseling. She specializes in, and is passionate about, working with adults of all ages living with Chronic Pain and Medical Illnesses. These almost always have a psychological component, whether it be a new diagnosis or chronic condition. Using EMDR, body awareness, breath-work, movement, as well as talk therapy, Kendall works with clients to manage pain and develop a healthy relationship with their illness. Kendall’s practice expertise also includes anxiety and stress management; depression; and career issues. As someone who lives with a chronic illness herself, Kendall feels that health happens best within community, which is why she takes a holistic, integrative, and collaborative wellness approach to her personal and professional life. Kendall is also the Clinical Director at VWS.www.vancouverwellnessstudio.com
In this episode Lisa shares the importance of practicing being IN relationship with others and how this can be challenging at times, including in a systemic way when it contradicts your personal and professional intuition and how she eventually finds her way back to the job she loves the most.Lisa is a registered early childhood educator in Ontario, Canada and has been working in the field for over 20 years. She is the mother of 5 and a grandmother of 2.Lisa shares her journey from becoming a young mother who ventured into the world of home daycare as a way to help someone who was struggling to find care for their child. Lisa’s kids enjoyed having another in the home and this grew into a full-fledged home daycare business. While parenting and caregiving Lisa was keen to know and understanding children better. This led to some workshops that taught a style of parenting that not just wasn’t effective but was also not aligned with Lisa’s intuition as a parent and caregiver. This led to the discovery of attachment and relationship, a style of parenting and caregiving that felt more in line with who she was as a person and a professional. Lisa speaks to the flourishing of this teaching in her personal and professional life but also to the tensions or struggles that accompany this.Lisa has worked in various sectors including home daycare, non profit and for profit centre based care and over three years in the education system. She has actively volunteered in different aspects with children and in attachment focused study groups.Her experience working with children is primarily with the age groups 0 to 5 but she has also worked with children up to the age of 12 and has worked with parents in groups/workshops. Lisa has created and been involved with various book clubs, support groups (ADHD) and home schooling and attachment based groups at Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) and through the Neufeld Institute.She returned to school for a second time after having her family to work towards her Bachelor of Child and Youth Care degree and is currently in her last year.Show notes:Registered Early Childhood Educators (ECEs)https://www.college-ece.ca/enAttention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)https://kidshealth.org/en/parents/adhd.htmlDr. Gordon Neufeld (Attachment)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oeqnws-2M0Neufeld Institutehttps://neufeldinstitute.org/Darlene Denis-Friskehttps://darlenedenisfriske.weebly.com/Lisa’s Home Daycare Facebook Page@Children's Rainbow Village Family Child Care
In this episode Lisa further contextualizes Relationship and the importance of this dynamic with parenting, caregiving and other areas of  your life.Lisa is a registered early childhood educator in Ontario, Canada and has been working in the field for over 20 years. She is the mother of 5 and a grandmother of 2.Lisa shares her journey from becoming a young mother who ventured into the world of home daycare as a way to help someone who was struggling to find care for their child. Lisa’s kids enjoyed having another in the home and this grew into a full-fledged home daycare business. While parenting and caregiving Lisa was keen to know and understanding children better. This led to some workshops that taught a style of parenting that not just wasn’t effective but was also not aligned with Lisa’s intuition as a parent and caregiver. This led to the discovery of attachment and relationship, a style of parenting and caregiving that felt more in line with who she was as a person and a professional. Lisa speaks to the flourishing of this teaching in her personal and professional life but also to the tensions or struggles that accompany this.Lisa has worked in various sectors including home daycare, non profit and for profit centre based care and over three years in the education system. She has actively volunteered in different aspects with children and in attachment focused study groups.Her experience working with children is primarily with the age groups 0 to 5 but she has also worked with children up to the age of 12 and has worked with parents in groups/workshops. Lisa has created and been involved with various book clubs, support groups (ADHD) and home schooling and attachment based groups at Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) and through the Neufeld Institute.She returned to school for a second time after having her family to work towards her Bachelor of Child and Youth Care degree and is currently in her last year.Show notes:Registered Early Childhood Educators (ECEs)https://www.college-ece.ca/enAttention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)https://kidshealth.org/en/parents/adhd.htmlDr. Gordon Neufeld (Attachment)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oeqnws-2M0Neufeld Institutehttps://neufeldinstitute.org/Darlene Denis-Friskehttps://darlenedenisfriske.weebly.com/Lisa’s Home Daycare Facebook Page@Children's Rainbow Village Family Child Care
In this episode Lisa shares with us how she evolved into the world of home day care.Lisa is a registered early childhood educator in Ontario, Canada and has been working in the field for over 20 years. She is the mother of 5 and a grandmother of 2.Lisa shares her journey from becoming a young mother who ventured into the world of home daycare as a way to help someone who was struggling to find care for their child. Lisa’s kids enjoyed having another in the home and this grew into a full-fledged home daycare business. While parenting and caregiving Lisa was keen to know and understanding children better. This led to some workshops that taught a style of parenting that not just wasn’t effective but was also not aligned with Lisa’s intuition as a parent and caregiver. This led to the discovery of attachment and relationship, a style of parenting and caregiving that felt more in line with who she was as a person and a professional. Lisa speaks to the flourishing of this teaching in her personal and professional life but also to the tensions or struggles that accompany this.Lisa has worked in various sectors including home daycare, non profit and for profit centre based care and over three years in the education system. She has actively volunteered in different aspects with children and in attachment focused study groups.Her experience working with children is primarily with the age groups 0 to 5 but she has also worked with children up to the age of 12 and has worked with parents in groups/workshops. Lisa has created and been involved with various book clubs, support groups (ADHD) and home schooling and attachment based groups at Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) and through the Neufeld Institute.She returned to school for a second time after having her family to work towards her Bachelor of Child and Youth Care degree and is currently in her last year.Show notes:Registered Early Childhood Educators (ECEs)https://www.college-ece.ca/enAttention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)https://kidshealth.org/en/parents/adhd.htmlDr. Gordon Neufeld (Attachment)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oeqnws-2M0Neufeld Institutehttps://neufeldinstitute.org/Darlene Denis-Friskehttps://darlenedenisfriske.weebly.com/Lisa’s Home Daycare Facebook Page@Children's Rainbow Village Family Child Care
Suicide – What Say You?

Suicide – What Say You?

2019-02-0400:38:43

If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide or harming self, please proceed to your nearest hospital for medical attention.PLEASE NOTE: This episode is a heavy topic and may be triggering to some listeners. Please proceed with caution.Sheilagh provides some context regarding the interaction between the listener and the individual who is having suicidal thoughts; she describes it as both Breath Taking and Breathtaking and how the listener will have an intense visceral response when being told by someone they don’t want to live anymore. How do we go on to support these individuals? Breath Taking – details of the impact, and how to cope, reclaiming the breathBreathtaking – the soul connection, existential moment, being the “chosen soul”What is the role now of the listener?What to say in the momentBe the life raft, one of those lovely soft sided, blow up life raftsCreate the visual and felt sense of that roleDeath will take us, every one of us. There is an absolute commitment by Death to engage us. The question is… are we willing to make an absolute commitment to engage with Death. Will we accept its presence and its power over us? Will we allow it to say when and how it embraces us? Are we willing to relinquish control?What is that suicidal person thinking? The suicidal person will often speak of embracing death before it can embrace them – in this moment the person is engaging in the ultimate autonomous act, not losing control to death, rather taking control of death. The key regardless is to listen to understand not to answer. To hold space and stop time even if only for the moment. In this process the other may find new insights and with that a new quest or they may affirm that the quest is over, feel less distress, more relief and can cross knowing they were accepted, loved and released with dignity.Links:O'Sullivan Psychotherapyhttp://osullivanpsychotherapy.com
Julie reviews the Daily Greatness Parents Journal – A Practical Guide for Raising Conscious Kids and Creating a Happy Home for the listeners of #Parenting…Who? Podcast. This journal is a great way to re-set your parenting style or learn to parent in a conscious and loving way if you don’t have children but are planning to. With the prompts in the journal you learn more about yourself through prompts in the journal and questions that encourage deeper self-reflection. For listeners of the podcast enter JULIE15 for a 15% discount from now until February 28, 2019 when you go to purchase a journal at dailygreatness.ca!Show notesdailygreatness.ca
Julie chats today with Laura Khoudari, a New York City based trauma informed certified personal trainer. In this episode Julie connects with a colleague who is currently training in Somatic Experiencing trauma work. Laura’s mission is to increase access to somatic-based treatment for women and genderqueer individuals living with trauma, anxiety, depression, and chronic pain in order to help them restore healthy nervous system function, touch into their innate resilience, improve their quality of life, and begin to thrive!Show Notes:The Body Keeps Score by Bessel Van der Kolkhttps://besselvanderkolk.net/the-body-keeps-the-score.htmlSomatic Experiencing Trauma Institutehttps://traumahealing.org/Jane Clapphttps://www.janeclapp.com/Nervous System and Window of Tolerancehttps://www.nicabm.com/trauma-how-to-help-a-client-come-back-into-their-window-of-tolerance/The Breathe Network is a resource for survivors of sexual violencehttp://www.thebreathenetwork.org/Instagram: @laurakhoudari Medium: https://medium.com/@laura.khoudariFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/laurakcptWebsite: laurakhoudari.com
Michael Spencer is the founder of Let's Purify!, an online business dedicated to the purification and upliftment of the “home energy” of our living spaces, personal energy fields, and our planet. Michael has honed a process called Home Energy Purification to help soulful people release attachments to accumulated belongings and experience greater freedom in all areas of life. As a former mental health counselor, and with training as Reiki practitioner and Modern Day Priestess, Michael brings a wide variety of expertise - and a whole lot of heart - to her services.Michael is also the host of The Let's Purify! Podcast where she shares inspiration, tips, and stories designed to help people get crystal clear about what they choose to carry with them into their next phase of life.Show Notes:Website: https://letspurify.energy/ Podcast: https://letspurify.energy/podcast/ Podcast on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-lets-purify-podcast/id1428645349?mt=2 Instragram: https://www.instagram.com/letspurify/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/letspurify/
Esther is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Psychotherapist and Trauma Specialist from New York, U.S.A. Esther speaks to Julie today about everybody having a different life story. Integrative Psychotherapy, the name of her private practice is about picking up the pieces and integrating all the parts of self; experience life in a more wholesome way. Listen as Esther and Julie speak about the importance of a therapeutic relationship and how as therapists we don’t want our clients to always be on their “best” behaviour in session. Show notes: https://integrativepsych.co/ Sensimotor Psychotherapyhttps://www.sensorimotorpsychotherapy.org/home/index.html Somatic Experiencinghttps://traumahealing.org/ Basic Article on “Attachment”https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-attachment-theory-2795337
Nathalie Graveline Nurse Practitioner from Even Keel Health in Ontario, Canada will be working out of my physical office effective immediately. Nathalie will bring to the community an abundance of mental health and addiction experience together with her nursing expertise. Nathalie has a strong background in community mental health including helping former patients and clients with complex health and psychosocial needs. Get to know Nathalie a little bit in today’s podcast and if you are not located in and around our catchment area you may benefit from learning a little behind the scenes knowledge of working a case and what goes into it. All in the name of choosing the right mental health professional for your specific needs. Show notes http://evenkeelhealth.ca/ What is a Nurse Practitioner? https://npao.org/about-npao/what-is-a-np/?
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