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Helene (pronounced Heleen) Couvrette, is founder of H~OM Yoga Center/School, co-founder MISTY , contributor of inspirational articles in a local paper and mother of 4 awesome kids.
Heleen began her journey in 1999. Her passion for yoga inspired her to share yoga with a few friends in the basement of one of whom eventually lost her battle with cancer. Heleen soon realized her love of yoga could only be surpassed by the desire to share it and the joy of seeing others benefit from it on many levels.
In 2002 just after delivering a stillborn boy Heleen embarked on a 200hr YTT Certification Course. During 2003-2004 Heleen continued the course, began teaching yoga at the St. Lazare Community Center and best of all, gave birth to a wonderful baby girl!
* Starting Fall 2015 Heleen will also be leading an therapeutic advanced 300hr YTT.
H~OM Yoga Wellness Center opened its doors July 2007. Since then Heleen has been committed to providing the community with a place to find peace and healing of mind, body and spirit for souls of all ages and abilities. The response has been overwhelmingly supportive, demonstrating a common need for all to “breathe in” a space that has the energy of a warm family hearth.
Heleen has over 4000 hours of teaching since 2004, her continued education over the years includes workshops with wonderful mentors such as Dharma Mittra, Bo Forbes, Susie Hately Ray Long, Rod Stryker, Kelly Mcgonigal, Gary Kraftsow, Leslie Kaminoff, Neil Pearson, Seane Corn, Rodney Yee, Leeann Carey, Yogi Vishvketu, Mark Whitwell among others.
In Sept 2010, H~OM Yoga Wellness Center became a Registered Yoga School and Heleen taught her introductory 200hr YTT Program. Heleen continues to teach regular yoga classes with a therapeutic approach, offers Private Yoga Therapy and mentors a 200hr Yoga Teacher Training.
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This audio training will focus on the OCG TC. There will first be an overview of the therapeutic community. The hierarchy of the therapeutic community. Learning experiences within the therapeutic community. Identifying when the therapeutic community is and isn't working and why, and how to fix it.
Amanda Pratt, has been involved with horses for most of her life. She started her journey into therapeutic riding and equine assisted learning. Amanda decided to pursue her Equine Specialist certification through EAGALA allowing her to be a certified team member in Equine Assisted Learning and Equine Assisted Psychotherapy sessions. After volunteering at the centre for three and a half years, she progressed to working at the centre full-time as an assistant instructor and fundraising coordinator. Listen to Amanda as she tells about the benefits of therapeutic riding in the development of the physical potential of children and adults.
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Today @ 1 pm (CST) on Healthy Mind & Body radio… The Therapeutic “Aha!” with Courtney Armstrong…
Courtney Armstrong is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Board Certified Fellow in Clinical Hypnotherapy. Author of the books, The Therapeutic “Aha!”: 10 Strategies to Get Clients Unstuck and Transforming Traumatic Grief. She is a trauma and grief expert on national television and radio programs, trains mental health professionals nationally and internationally, and is the owner of an integrative therapy practice in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Book synopsis: Courtney Armstrong’s The Therapeutic “Aha!” explores the thrilling and rare moment when a client reaches an elusive realization, allowing them to make meaningful change. Readers will learn how to spark the “emotional brain”—the part of the brain that houses automatic, unconscious patterns—and create new neural pathways that advance the healing process.
Divided into three parts—(1) Awakening a Session, (2) Healing Emotional Wounds, and (3) Activating Experiential Change—the book walks readers through techniques for harnessing the emotional brain and re-patterning its routine.
Upcoming Book promotional activities:
presented at the Psychotherapy Networker Symposium in Washinton D. C
presenting at the American Mental Health Counselor Association Annual Conference in July in Philadelphia
Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselor’s Association Annual Conference in Nashville April 10th.
webinar on May 9th
webinar for GoodTherapy.org in November.
touring the U. S. doing one-day workshops with PESI beginning in October of 2015.
free worksheets and resources: www.courtneyarmstrong.net
Courtney Armstrong’s The Therapeutic “Aha!” explores the thrilling and rare moment when a client reaches an elusive realization, allowing them to make meaningful change. In 10 straightforward strategies, this practical book demonstrates how to shake things up in therapy when a client is stuck or stalled to jumpstart progress. Readers will learn how to spark the “emotional brain”—the part of the brain that houses automatic, unconscious patterns—and create new neural pathways that engage and advance the healing process.
Divided into three parts—(1) Awakening a Session, (2) Healing Emotional Wounds, and (3) Activating Experiential Change—the book walks readers through specific techniques for harnessing the emotional brain and re-patterning its routine. Elegant therapeutic insights and coping strategies only go so far; until we intervene with something our emotional brain can understand—a compelling felt experience—old, established neural patterns will persist. The brain-based strategies Armstrong presents include how to enliven the therapeutic alliance; elicit exciting goals; identify the root of an emotional conflict; reverse trauma with memory reconsolidation; invoke inspirational imagery; and use stories, humor, music, poetry, and even mindfulness to induce change.
Join Dr. Undrai Fizer and Kairos Therapeutic Strategist, Krystal Stephens as they discuss laws of healing for the body as well as the Mind! Don't miss this 15!!
Therapeutic Boarding Schools are expensive, so how do parents afford them? Scott Leshin, Founder and President of SJ Personal Healthcare Advocates, joined Lon February 27, 2015 to explain how his business was founded to help parents handle what might at first seem overwhelming. Working on a contingency basis, Scott explained there are a lot of potential resources for parents such as insurance and school district financing through the Individual Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The best way for parents to access these resources are to work with a professional who knows the system and how to help parents work through the health insurance and education bureaucracies to ensure claims are paid in a timely and accurate manner.
Contact: Scott Leshin 973-740-0023 firstname.lastname@example.org www.sjpha.com
Lon Woodbury: 208-267-7717 email@example.com www.strugglingteens.com
This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools or programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network. To hear this whole series of interviews, click on "Follow," The Woodbury Report or go to www.strugglingteens.com
Ben Hancock, a Community/Service Worker at CooperRiis-NC joined Lon Woodbury on Dec. 31, 2014 to explain how the program has developed an ETSY store to help their residents. CooperRiis is a therapeutic community for young adults with mental challenges. Part of their therapeutic experiences is for some of them to process goat’s milk to make soaps and lotions, learning some work ethic. This is addition to counseling, therapy and the program’s structure to help them learn how to overcome or live with their mental challenges. All the residents have work to do, and some process the soaps and lotions for sale. In the past they have sold their products at the local stores. To expand their reach, they have taken an ancient craftsman art and joined it to modern technology by making their products available on etsy.com, an online market for arts and crafts. Ben was enthusiastic about the results in the first month, sales being significantly more than what they had been receiving through local outlets. Ben explained the money is used to help with scholarships.
Contact: Ben Hancock, 828-285-8887 x6106 firstname.lastname@example.org www.cooperriis.org www.etsy.com
This is one of a series of short interviews with innovative leaders in private parent-choice residential school or program helping struggling teens and young adults. To hear this whole series of interviews, click on "Follow" or go to www.strugglingteens.com
There is hope for parents of struggling children, and Billy Kaplan, President of House Calls Counseling joined Lon and co-host Liz McGhee March 30, 2015 to explain how he works with parents of children with serious attachment issues, and to explain his upcoming Parenting in SPACE conference late in April in the Chicago area. He explained his basic philosophy of working with children with attachment issues is not to focus on consequences as might happen with treatment for most mental health disorders, but to focus on building a relationship with the child, of course without ignoring negative behavior. Billy encourages people to call him with any questions they might have.
Contact: Billy Kaplan 847-256-2000 Billy@hcbh.com www.parentinginspace.com
Liz McGhee 415-218-1579 email@example.com
Lon Woodbury 208-267-7717 firstname.lastname@example.org www.strugglingteens.com
Parenting In Space Conference April 24-26.
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Maia Aziz P.S.W., C.L.Y.L., writes and speaks on living a life of love and laughter. President-Elect of The Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor, Maia is joined each week on Morning Moments With Maia...Conversations of Love and Laughter by an eclectic lineup of guests who live their lives with love and laughter and work to help others do the same.
Debra Joy Hart, RN is a Nationally Certified Bereavement Facilitator who has experience in home care, alcohol/drug rehabilitation, hospice, and public health. Deb, AKA “Daisy the Clown”, is part of a team working with FCAN to bring therapeutic, fun-filled programming to the families affected and infected with HIV/ AIDS. Deb also gives workshops for the adults on how to welcome and include more humor and joy in their lives. Her programs include: Parenting, Grief and Loss, Disease Stress Management, Spirituality and Faith. This morning Deb joins Maia for a conversation about the role humor can play in bereavement.
Charlotte View proudly presents No.1 Amazon Bestselling Author, Catherine Carrigan with the topic: How to Open your Intuition ~ as explained in her books: "What Is Healing? Awaken Your Intuitive Power for Health, and Happiness", "Unlimited Energy Now", "Unlimited Intuition Now", "Banish The Blues",
Catherine is a Medical Intuitive healer better known for her ability to get to the heart of the matter and figure out what will actually work to make you radiantly healthy. She offers to clients around the world a comprehensive system that begins with figuring out what is actually going on and then putting together a personalized plan that empowers clients to achieve levels of health that you may not have even thought possible.
During this interview we will talk about intuition and some of the topics covered in her books, like:
The Spiritual Faculty Called Intuition
Learn how unconditional love can awaken your intuitive gifts.
Using your Psychic Abilities to enhance your intuition
Clear you HARA Line, walk up the ladder to your Divine Guidance, Talk with your Angels and Ancestors
Muscle test and understanding your gut feeling
Sometimes your answer is NO
Reading your Energy Field, Other people's Field and your FOOD!
Catherine does not need to see you or put her hands on you to know what is wrong or what will make you better. She has a passion for healing, and can teach you how to become healthy using natural methods, including the very best of therapeutic exercise, nutrition and energy medicine.
The four main elements of a successful school for struggling teens are to teach Academics, Life Skills, Family Work and Therapy according to founder of Weston Lake Academy in Alabama Dr. Mark Dennison to Lon on January 13th. This therapeutic boarding school is just starting to accept students and Dr. Dennison felt there needed to be a good quality school of this type in the South. Listen to him explain how these elements are constructed and integrated together in this new school.
Contact: Dr. Mark Dennison 844-952-5437 email@example.com www.westonlakeacademy.com
Lon Woodbury 208-267-7717 firstname.lastname@example.org www.strugglingteens.com
This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network. To hear other interviews in this series, click on "Follow" above, or click on The Woodbury Report or www.strugglingteens.com
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