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Tiphanie provides a safe and confidential space for her clients impacted by various life stressors and challenges to share in an open environment free from judgement.
This includes but is not limited to issues such as trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and grief.
Therapy enables clients to learn different ways of coping with their life challenges through an eclectic lens which is determined through the therapist's knowledge and expertise, as well as your own consent.
Sessions are 1 hour in length and in the therapist's physical space, unless previously discussed and agreed upon.
For clients who wish to focus on EMDR therapy, 1 hour and 30 minutes are usually required per session, resulting in 1.5 sessions being booked and billed to the client.
This program is designed to provide therapeutic education through a structured curricula. Various topics may include but are not limited to trauma informed care and grief.
These sessions are not designed to be a psychotherapy session but rather informative in nature. With a goal to help you feel empowered and supported in a group atmosphere about various topics and strategies to help sustain growth and resilience.
Clients will be screened to ensure group suitability prior to enrolment in the session.
Psycho-education sessions can be requested by clients and their family, or may be offered by Tiphanie as a single session or series of sessions.
This one on one service is designed as a tool to further deepen the process of healing to clients who are choosing EMDR therapy.
It is a safe space for you to enhance inner growth and help you find a peaceful alternative to cope with life stressors and trauma, or simply to help enhance relaxation and unity with yourself. It engages you in learning self resilience and coping through mindfulness and spiritual practice.
Kundalini yoga and Vinyasa flow are yoga styles used with this service.
As a sessional professor in Social Work and Social Service Workers programs at community colleges and university, Tiphanie is capable of offering private courses as professional development to businesses and associations looking to improve their knowledge.
Topics such as Gerontology, Practical Practice Skills, and Social Work and the Law are examples of subjects which Tiphanie can offer learners.
Tiphanie would be delighted to engage your delegates at conferences as a keynote speaker, plenary speaker or breakout session speaker.
Bringing a dynamic perspective to social health topics, Tiphanie will keep your audience engaged.
Speaking topics range and a specific topic can be requested with enough preparation time.
With many years of experience in the field of social work and working for various public agencies at a micro and macro level, Tiphanie has had the opportunity to help with research studies and is able to provide sound consultation to various stakeholders on Social Service initiatives and projects.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an integrative psychotherapy approach that has been extensively researched and proven effective for the treatment of trauma and many other mental health problems. (emdrcanada.org)
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a natural emotional response to frightening or dangerous experiences that involve actual or threatened serious harm to oneself or others. However, for some people, the thoughts or memories of these events seriously affect their lives, long after any real danger has passed. These types of experiences are called traumatic. PTSD is a mental illness and must be diagnosed by a medical doctor. (camh.ca)
Trauma is a term used to describe the challenging emotional consequences that living through a distressing event can have for an individual. Traumatic events can be difficult to define because the same event may be more traumatic for some people than for others. (camh.ca)
Grief is a multi-faceted human response to loss. Grief work emphasises that grief is a process that we engage in as active participants. Grief demands attention, refusing to go away automatically with the passage of time.
Your experience of grief will be unique, No one can tell you what the process will be or how long it will take. Grief takes as long as it takes.
Yoga has been found to help improve stress tolerance by stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system (the calming system) and reducing the activity of the sympathetic nervous system. When stress tolerance rises, stress sensitivity is reduced and a person’s daily life can be more manageable. (camh.ca)