Healing Consultants can work with a variety of issues, concerns, trauma, or stress and because we work WITH the person together we determine the approach that works best for you.
Contact Becoming Exceptional to schedule an Initial Assessment via Facebook Messenger (https://fb.me/becomingexceptionalhealingconsults), the website contact form (https://becomingexceptionalhc.com/contact/), email (email@example.com), or phone (385-288-1993). A free 30-minute consultation can be arranged by request if desired to determine if this is a good fit for you.
We have all experienced some trauma, tragedy or challenge in life. At Becoming Exceptional, my goal is to provide the tools and support individually needed to help people reach their own goals and achieve the life outcomes they desire.
Once a person schedules a healing consultation, an email will be generated from Zoom with instructions on how to join the meeting via phone or video conferencing. The Plan of Action developed together in the initial assessment will determine how we proceed in each session.
A Healing Consultation would be conducted via phone or video conferencing. We may engage in conversation to assess changes or challenges since the past meeting. It may include activities – expressive arts, writing, meditation/visualization, etc. It would likely end with a goal or assignment to accomplish before the next meeting. We’d reassess progress towards meeting the overall goal. Sessions are 50 minutes.
A Healing Consultant is a trained professional who works with adults, youth and children willing to do the work of healing.
We all experience some trauma in our life. It comes with the body, with being human and mortal. However, some traumas can leave lasting imprints which change the course of our views, and our lives. Nevertheless, we are not doomed to despair. We can overcome the negative impacts of those experiences. “ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire)
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