Posts Tagged as: alberta psychology

9 strategies for surviving the holidays with an open heart

The holiday season can be a mixed bag – joy, laughter, generosity, drama, triggers, conflict. For some it’s a season to look forward to; for others it’s a season to dread. No matter how you feel about the holiday season there are practices you can engage in to survive the holiday season with an open…

4 ways we stay stuck

Many of my clients struggle with fear, anxiety, depression, self-sabotage, and procrastination. There are many causes to these symptoms, but they often originate from living a life based on outdated beliefs, desires, goals, and roles. We are always outgrowing the previous versions of ourselves. Who we are now is different than who we were ten…

5 ways to boost your energy

There are soulful goals you want to achieve, places you want to explore, and passions you want to pursue. In order to live a life you love, you must do more of what you love. But, wait! Who has the time? I get it, life can be crazy. Living by your sacred yes and honouring no will…

4 good things about pain

Pain is inevitable. In the past, I constructed my life to avoid pain at all costs. Through distraction, chronic busyness, and various types of numbing I managed to successfully navigate away from pain, but in the process I ended up avoiding life. I would try to predict the future and if there was a possibility…

8 questions for navigating the unconscious

Our unconscious mind holds a great deal of power over us. It makes decisions on our behalf, it guides our thought patterns and emotional reactions and it creates the filters we see the world through. Jung said it best, until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it…

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